Thursday, November 1, 2007

Notes on the Political Economy of "Political Economy"

Jean Baudrillard, "Towards a Political Economy of the Sign"
Gayle Rubin, "The Traffic of Women: Notes on the 'Political Economy' of Sex"
Jacques Attali, "Noise: The Political Economy of Music"
Norman Kelley, "Rhythm and Business: The Political Economy of Black Music"
Crooked Timber, The Political Economy of Bibliographies"

Any other fun examples, dear reader?

4 comments:

goddan said...

"Political Economy of Blogs" got me three hits in Google...

Violet Vixen said...

"Tango and the Political Economy of Passion"

sushipjs said...
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sushipjs said...

I think using "Political Economy" in book titles isn't as popular now as it was 10 years ago. But for some non-musical, non critical theory, titles from education:
The Architecture of Alienation: the Political Economy of Professional Education by David Clarke.
Schooling as a Ritual Performance: Towards a Political Economy of Educational Symbols and Gestures by Peter McClaren (who happens to teach at UCLA).