Hybrid Spaces (2000)
This volume reflects the growing exchange between the humanities and the social sciences regarding issues of space and hybridity. The recent emphasis on theory in the humanities has transformed the world into a text. Meanwhile, social and political concerns have increasing influence on how we interpret meaning. The topics discussed in this volume include theories of space and politics, global transformations in the realms of culture, society, and economy, and the changing landscapes of literature, the mass media and popular culture.