Macon has been publishing things in different places. But he didn’t get paid for it so he can still work here. For Full Stop http://www.full-stop.net/2013/11/06/blog/macon-holt/the-rebel-yell-from-the-licensed-pitch/ http://www.full-stop.net/2013/12/06/blog/macon-holt/cops-off-campus/ http://www.full-stop.net/2013/12/11/blog/macon-holt/on-nme-young-britannia-stars-on-politics/ http://www.full-stop.net/2014/04/08/blog/macon-holt/feeling-fine-at-historys-end/ For NXRB http://newcrossreviewofbooks.wordpress.com/2013/09/25/the-aura-of-the-rolling-stones-in-the-age-of-total-mediation/ Advertisements
LCM – Philip Mirowski and the thirteen commandments of Neoliberalism Not a set reading but a helpful break down from philosopher of economics Philip Mirowski in understanding our contemporary political situation. The Seminar this week and next will be covering the lectures this semester and a essay question clinic
DFW on Kafka
LCM – Slavoj Zizek on the ambiguity of music LCM – Slavoj Zizek on the ambiguity of music Seminar reading for Friday is the Foucault and Boulez below.
LCM – Judith Butler and Cats A fun exploration of the ideas of Judith Butler on gender with Cats
LCM – Richard O’Brien: ‘I’m 70% man’ A Piece Sarah found illustrating the potential fluidity of gender identity. I’m not so keen the quantification in percentage terms, but the general principle of gender not being strictly delineated is well illustrated
LCM – Music and Ideology 2 – Foucault and Boulez Reading for Lecture 7 While this is not about feminism or in the strict sense ‘Historical Ideologies’ Foucault is key thinker in the the foundation of both fields and s the reading for the next seminar is his 1985 article from Perspectives of New Music written […]