Culture good, economy bad?

Written by Terry Flew on December 1, 2012

My paper for the Cultural Studies Association of Australasia 2012 Annual Conference can now be downloaded here.

The paper is titled “Culture Good, Economy Bad? Cultual Economy Beyond Binary Oppositions”.

The conference theme is Materialities: Economies, Empiricism, & Things, and it will be held from 4-6 December at the University of Sydney.

Washing the car or torching the car?

Written by Terry Flew on August 30, 2011

My article in M/C Journal “Right to the City, Desire for the Suburb?” is now available. Some may have heard the argument before; it has been developed through the “Creative Suburbia” ARC Discovery project that has also involved Christy Collis, Mark Gibson, Emma Felton, Phil Graham, Anna Daniel and Angela Lin Huang. The team were the editors of the current M/C issue.

For those not familiar with it, the conclusion is outlined below:

The assumption that the creative industries are best

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