Critical Arts Volume 21(1), 2007
Volume 21 Number 1 2007
Introduction: Speaking in a third Voice
Memory, Agency, counter-narrative: testimonies from Jenin Refugee Camp
Narrating Baghdad: Representing the truth of war in popular non-fiction
Memory as allegory: the Spectre of Incest and the (re)naming of the father in Moufida Tlatli’s The Silences of the Palace (1994)
Lamia Ben Yousself Zayzafoon
Violence and masculinity in Maroun Baghdadi’s Lebanese War Films
An Economy of legitimating discourses: the invention of the Bedouin and Petra as national signifiers of Jordan
Is There an Islamic Communication? The Persistence of ‘tradition’ and the Lure of modernity Gholam Khiabany .The
section which follows contains single articles not part of the theme
issues which have provided the main content of this and earlier issues.
Critical Arts remains open to such articles and will continue publishing
them. Theme issues provide systematic team research opportunities for
in-depth analysis and paradigm exploration in shaping particular topics,
approaches and theories. Singles articles provide outlets for
researchers working on particular issues which may or may not link to
theme issues. These articles are valuable in their own right. We publish
a number of such papers here. .
‘Can’t Forget, can’t remember’: reflections on the cultural afterlife of the TRC
Comparative Analysis of the Reportage of the Gugulethu 7 events in the South African press in 1986 and 1997.
How Critical is Music Theory?
Making Visible Constructions of dis/advantage through genealogical investigation- South African Schooled Literacies
Participatory photography as theory, method and praxis: Analyzing an entertainment-education project in India
J.A. Singhal, L.M Harter, K. Chitnis and D Sharma