Not as stupid as all that: the Althusserian legacy
McHoul, A. (1994) Not as stupid as all that: the Althusserian legacy. Continuum: The Australian Journal of Media and Culture, 7 (2). pp. 395-398.
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If Toby Miller's introduction to this volume is correct - and I see no reason to think otherwise - then cultural/screen studies may still need (perhaps as a consequence of its history alone) an input from Marxism. But that input, it seems, in the face of an unrelenting theoretical pluralism, will henceforth always be minor. Cultural studies remains "marxish" (though I still can't remember whether this is a term used by or about Eugene Kamenka). So what price Althusser, for us, today?
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