Post Tagged with: "Critical Studies"

Review – Visual Politics and North Korea

Review – Visual Politics and North Korea

David Shim uses a welcome Critical Studies lens to consider how images of North Korea are used to construct a particular narrative and justify foreign policy decisions.

Academic Vampires

Academic Vampires

Originally, vampire disciplines found their homes within the humanities and social sciences. But they are quickly spreading to areas as diverse as law and architecture, terrorism studies and geography. Indeed, any discipline with some version of the “critical studies in . . .” genre has probably been infected by the vampire virus. And, if your discipline is still a vampire-free zone, expect the vampire advanced guard to come knocking on your door to convince you that your students majoring in transport logistics need to take a unit in “transport and society” or in “transport cultural identities”.

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