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The Jameson Reader

Michael Hardt (Editor), Kathi Weeks (Editor)
ISBN: 978-0-631-20270-7
420 pages
July 2000, Wiley-Blackwell
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This book brings together key essays and excerpts from the broad spectrum of Frederic Jameson's writings, providing an accessible introduction to the intricacies of his thought and uncovering new and exciting aspects of his work.
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Introduction.

Part I: Paradigms of Interpretation.

Part II: Marxism and Culture.

Part III: Postmodernism.

Part IV: Exercises in Cognitive Mapping.

Part V: Utopia.

Bibliography.

Index.
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Michael Hardt teaches in the Literature Program at Duke University. His previous books include Gilles Deleuze: An Apprenticeship in Philosophy (1993), Empire (forthcoming) and with Antonion Negri he is co-author of Labor of Dionysus: A Critique of the State-form (1994).

Kathi Weeks teaches in the Politics department at Fairfield University. She is the author of Constituting Feminist Subjects (1998).
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* Provides a vital introduction to one of the century's major thinkers.
* Reveals Jameson's systematic vision of the contemporary world.
* Represents the broad spectrum of Jameson's work, including major seminal texts to lesser-known works.
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