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Fredric Jameson is one of the most important and audacious cultural critics writing today. His work impacts across a range of disciplines from literary and cultural studies to film, sociology and architecture. This new collection of previously unpublished critical essays covers the full corpus of Jameson's work: from his initial studies of Sartre and dialectical criticism, through his path-breaking work on the political unconscious, modernism and postmodernism, to his controversial essays on third world literature, space, architecture and Latin American studies.
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Douglas Kellner (born 1943) is an academic who works at the intersection of "third generation" critical theory in the tradition of the Frankfurt Institute for Social Research, or Frankfurt School and in cultural studies in the tradition of the Birmingham Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies, also known as the "Birmingham School".
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