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Cultural Studies and the Politics of Knowledge Production
Charles Cunningham format: audio
length: 0:14:23
Date Added: 06/23/1998


This position paper paper was presented at a CMU symposium entitled " Why Cultural Studies Matters." It is a collaborative effort produced by LCT students at CMU. It is meant as a response to our perceived sense that cultural studies stands nearly alone as an intellectual project that is forthrightly political. In fact, we argue that all knowledge production is political and that there is a danger in failing to understand this.

About the Author

Charles Cunningham is a Ph.D student in the Literary and Cultural Theory program at Carnegie Mellon University. He is working on a dissertation that studies the representation of rural poverty in the Great Depression.

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