Description - Mediating Culture by William Anselmi
This collection of essays has been taken up with questions of power, mediation, marginality, democracy, political economy, alienation, and socio-cultural transformations. The objective of the editors is not necessarily to determine what the answers must be, but to recommend some paramount lines of investigation towards tentative means of analysis.The authors invited to participate in this project are Robert Babe, Cornelius Castoriadis, Noam Chomsky, Nicos Poulantzas, Domenico D'Alessandro, Denis Bachand, Francesco Guardiani, Daniele Pieroni, Cris Podmore,William Anselmi, and Kosta Gouliamos.
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Author Biography - William Anselmi
William Anselmi has published (with co-author Kosta Gouliamos) Mediating Culture (1994), Elusive Margins (1998), and Happy Slaves (2005), all with Guernica. Prof. Kosta Gouliamos is elected Vice Rector at the European University Cyprus. He is the author and/or editor of many books and chapters, as well as contributor to two World Reports (published by the International Institute of Communication) on issues pertinent to the subject of Media, Culture and Communication. He has been appointed Member of the Standing Committee of the European Science Foundation, based in Strassbourg and Member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the European Social Survey - the first social science project to win Europe's prestigious Descartes Prize 'for excellence in collaborative scientific research'. He is the editor of the Journal of Critical Studies in Business and Society and Senior Editor of the Journal of Political Marketing(Routledge). Part of his work has been translated in several languages, including French, Spanish, English and Slovak.