Everything was performance and masks.
This book is a bravura work of intellectual history that will be of great interest to specialists in the field but also accessible to general readers.
Rodgers takes you through this line of argument from the perspectives of modern markets and power structures, as well as from race and gender.
I don't remember anything about this book. It must not have been that interesting. But I have been reading many books for my doctoral and 2nd masters programs. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Army18and101
An excellent beginning for the cultural studies of the 1980s. The author "reads" cultural texts -- like, for instance, presidential speeches -- to determine the changing... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Robert Fink
I bought this book expecting it to be a six star special, and then was tempted to drop it to three stars for completely missing the point. I've settled on four. Read morePublished on August 19, 2012 by Robert David STEELE Vivas
This was a wonderful crash course in gender, race, religious, and nationalistic fracturing and thought in general. Read morePublished on February 2, 2012 by Max Osterhaus
This book is on the Rorotoko list. Professor Rodgers's interview on "Age of Fracture" ran as the Rorotoko Cover Feature on March 30, 2011 (and can be read in the Rorotoko... Read morePublished on October 7, 2011 by ROROTOKO