CONTRIBUTORS
TONY BENNETT
is a professor of sociology at the Open University in the United
dom. His current interests focus on the sociology of culture and media, with
reference to questions of culture and governance, the history and theory of mu
cultural and media policy, and relations of class, culture, and social exclusion. H
lications include Formalism and Marxism; Outside Literature; Bond and Beyon
Political Career of a Popular Hero (with Janet Woollacott); The Birth of the M
History,Theory,Politics; Culture:AReformer’sScience; AccountingforTastes:Aus
Everyday Cultures (with Michael Emmison and John Frow); and Pasts Beyond
ory: Evolution, Museums, Colonialism. He is also (with Larry Grossberg and M
Morris) the editor of New Keywords.
DAVID BUNN
is head of the new Wits School of Arts and professor and chair of
of art at the University of theWitwatersrand, in Johannesburg. He is a cultural t
who works on contemporary South African culture and in interdisciplinary lan
studies and visual theory, having published widely in all these areas.
GUSTAVO BUNTINX
is a curator and art historian best known for his reflections
and violence, art and politics, and art and religion. After graduating from Harv
taught at several Latin American universities. Currently he is involved in alte
curatorial and museological initiatives on constructing viable institutional su
for critical art.
CUAUHTÉMOC C AMARENA
and
TERESA MORALES
are both anthropologists w
for the National Institute of Anthropology and History of Mexico. They have c
nated the Program for Community Museums of Oaxaca since 1987, and helped
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