The Center's broad range of publications confirms its leadership in the academic community in the United States and abroad. The books in the Center's series 21st Century Studies (formerly Theories of Contemporary Culture) are site specific; they are authored by scholars affiliated with the Center or originate from conferences sponsored by the Center.
New in 2012, the fifth volume in our series, 21st Century Studies, published by Indiana University Press: New Routes for Diaspora Studies.
Edited by UWM's Sukanya Banerjee (English), Aims McGuiness (History), as well as Steven C. McKay (UC, Santa Cruz), this volume originates from the Center's Spring 2005 conference: Routing Diasporas: Labor, Citizenship, Empire.
Other volumes in our series 21st Century Studies include:
The Question of Gender, edited by Judith Butler and Elizabeth Weed. This volume originates from the Center's Spring 2007 conference, In Terms of Gender.
The State of Sovereignty, edited by Douglas Howland and Luise White. This volume originates from the Center's fall 2005 conference, Art of the State.
Museums & Difference, edited by Daniel J. Sherman. This volume originates from the Center's fall 2003 conference of the same name.
Our series Theories of Contemporary Culture includes:
A complete list of volumes is also available.
To order works from either series:
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