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New Formations: A Journal of Culture/Theory/Politics

Issue 80-81: Neoliberal Culture
New Formations 80-81 is a special double issue on neoliberal culture.

Contributors discuss the genesis, persistence and diverse forms of power of neoliberalism, across a range of cultural sites and discursive genres – from political philosophy to pornography, from economics to photographic technology.

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Jeremy Gilbert
What Kind of Thing Is ‘Neoliberalism’?

Paul Gilroy
‘… We Got to Get over Before We Go Under …’ Fragments for a History of Black Vernacular Neoliberalism

Paul Patton
Foucault’s ‘Critique’ of Neoliberalism, Rawls and the Genealogy of Public Reason

Jo Littler
Meritocracy as Plutocracy: the Marketising of ‘Equality’ under Neoliberalism

Neal Curtis
Thought Bubble: Neoliberalism and the Politics of Knowledge

Mark Fisher and Jeremy Gilbert
Capitalist Realism and Neoliberal Hegemony: A Dialogue

Stephen Maddison
Beyond the Entrepreneurial Voyeur? Sex, Porn and Cultural Politics

Angela McRobbie
Feminism, the Family and the New ‘Mediated’ Maternalism

Jodi Dean
Complexity as Capture – Neoliberalism and the Loop of Drive

Lucy Potter and Claire Westall
Neoliberal Britain’s Austerity Foodscape: Home Economics, Veg Patch Capitalism and Culinary Temporality

Nicky Marsh
Hit Your Educable Public Right in the Supermarket Where They Live’: Risk and Failure in the Work of William Gaddis

Mark Hayward
ATMs, Teleprompters and Photobooths: a Short History of Neoliberal Optics

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