Reconstruction, Summer 2003: Volume 3, Number 3
ISSN: 1547-4348

Table of Contents:


Davin Heckman "Solutions/Fixations"

Matthew Wolf-Meyer "Fixations/Solutions"


Marleen S. Barr "Saddam/Sex/Superfeminist; Or, Fixing Iraq"

James John Bell "The End of Science Fiction: When Technological Extrapolation Hits A Wall Across the Future"


Marusya Bociurkiw "Homeland (In)Security : Roots and Displacement, from New York, to Toronto, to Salt Lake City"

Galip Isen "Discourse of Evil: Speaking Terrorism to Silence"

Jeff Lewis and Kirsty Best "The Electronic Polis: Media Democracy and the Invasion of Iraq"

Marc Ouellette "'War if necessary, but not necessarily war': The Canadian Paradox and 'Iraqi Freedom'"

Walter Putnam "Stuffed Animals and the Predicament of Culture: Lost in the Bedroom Jungle"

Jack Shuler "The CIA World Factbook: Marriage of Archive and Empire?"

Kevin Williams "Imperialism & Globalization: Lessons from Frank Herbert's Dune"


Horit Herman Peled "Homo Sacer in Globalization"

Review Essay

Lisa Donovan and David Alan Sapp on David Koplow's Smallpox (2003)


Bey, Hakim. T.A.Z.: Zhe Temporary Autonomous Zone, Ontological Anarchy, Poetic Terrorism (1985)


Davidson, Jenny. Heredity (2003)

Hanna, Stephen P., and Vincent J. Del Casino, Jr. Mapping Tourism (2003)

Negri, Antonio. Time for Revolution (2003)

Ottaway, Helen. Lachrymae: Five Laments for Voice and Violin (2000)

Peel, Robin. Writing Back: Sylvia Plath and Cold War Politics (2002)

Ray, Robert B. How a Film Theory Got Lost and Other Mysteries in Cultural Studies (2001)

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