Anti-Bourgeois for What? A Reflective Response to Gary Hall’s ‘Anti-Bourgeois Theory’

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Gilbert, J. 2020. Anti-Bourgeois for What? A Reflective Response to Gary Hall’s ‘Anti-Bourgeois Theory’. Media Theory. 4 (1), pp. 181-186.
AuthorsGilbert, J.
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This short commentary responds to Gary Hall’s programatic critical provocation ‘Anti-Bourgeois Theory’. It points to some of the issues involved in understanding the politics of French ‘theory’ when detached from its historical context, and invites reflection on the resonances between Hall’s positions and those of some key thinkers in the Marxist tradition.

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Journal citation4 (1), pp. 181-186
ISSN2557-826X
Year2020
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