Critical Trajectories: Culture, Society, Intellectuals
December 2007, Wiley-Blackwell
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Part I: The literary and the aesthetic.
1. Severing the aesthetic connection.
2. Texts, readers and reading formations.
3. Figuring audiences and readers.
Part II: Culture, governance and the social.
4. Culture and governmentality.
5. Acting on the social: art, culture, and government.
Part III: Museums as civic machineries.
6. Archaeological autopsy: objectifying time and cultural governance.
7. Civic seeing: museums and the organisation of vision.
Part IV: Intellectuals, culture, politics.
8. Intellectuals, culture, policy: the technical, the practical and the critical.
9. The historical universal: the role of cultural value in the historical sociology of Pierre Bourdieu.