ISSN: 1705-6411
Volume 10, Number 1 (January 2013)

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Few world events are emblematic of a life, and form part of one’s biography on the same footing as, and sometimes more profoundly than, personal events. I pride myself on having cut a single swathe from the Wall Street Crash of 1929 to the collapse of the twin towers in September 2001. From the one event to the other, there is something like a meteoric short-cut through an advancing globalism, following out its fateful course with an inexorable logic, beyond wars and ‘historical’ events, beyond the visible progress of societies. Something that must be described as monstrous unfolds in another dimension than that of the human efforts to control its course (Baudrillard, Cool Memories V: 2000-2005, New York: Polity: 107).


Gerry Coulter. 'The Pleasure of Fashion': Jean Baudrillard and Alexander McQueen

Joseph Cunningham. Consumption, Sign, and Simulation: A Baudrillardian Perspective on Online Education

Francesco Proto. The Invention of History, Lacan in Baudrillard Part I: First Simulation Stage (The Classical Age)

Muzaffar Karim. Writing and/as Seduction

Daryl Y. Mendoza. Baudrillard and the Malaise in the Global Villiage: Can There Be a Global Community in an Era of Hyper-Communication Without Communion?

Graham Potts. Spoiler Alert: Baudrillard’s Hunger Games

Jorge Martins Rosa. A Misreading Gone Too Far: Baudrillard Meets Philip K. Dick

Book About Baudrillard

Gerry Coulter (2013). Jean Baudrillard: From the Ocean to the Desert -- The Poetics of Radicality (Chapter One: Introduction)

Referencing Matters

From the Web

Update on Things Baudrillard Roaming in Cyberspace

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