Volume One, Number 2 (July 2004)Kelly Reid2018-10-13T04:22:45+00:00
…I exist in a parallel universe, the cyberspace. At least on 250 sites I am being sighted. The Internet thinks about me. Internet sites irresitibly make me think of prehistoric or archeological sites – my fossilized double wanders along the net… (Jean Baudrillard in Lotringer and Cohen, 2001:65).
Rex Butler. In This Virtual Realm.
Jean Baudrillard. The Matrix Decoded: Interview with Le Nouvel Observateur. Translated by Gary Genosko and Adam Bryx.
Alan Cholodenko. “The Borders of Our Lives”: Frederick Wiseman, Jean Baudrillard, And The Question of The Documentary.
Jonathan Smith. The Gnostic Baudrillard: A Philosophy of Terrorism Seeking Pure Appearance.
Joshua Nichols. Esotechnical Hyperstasis: An Excursus on the Technique of Total Iteration.
Gary Genosko. The Arrival of Jean Baudrillard in English Translation: Mark Poster and Telos Press (Part I).
Gerry Coulter. Reversibility: Baudrillard’s “One Great Thought”.
David Johnson. Getting the Real On: Baudrillard, Berkeley and the Staging of Reality.
David Teh. Putting Baudrillard To Use Down Under. Review of Victoria Grace, Heather Worth and Laurence Simmons (Eds.), Baudrillard West of the Dateline.
William Keenan. Baudrillardean Scholarship in the Antipodean Context. Review of Victoria Grace, Heather Worth and Laurence Simmons (Eds.), Baudrillard West of the Dateline.
Victoria Grace. “Who do you rebel against if nothing is forbidden?” Review of Julia Kristeva’s Revolt, She Said.
John Baldwin. “He took off his sandal, put it on his head, and walked away…” Review of Jean Baudrillard’s Passwords.
Gerry Coulter. Still Bursting With Life and Totally Unreal. Review of Jean Baudrillard’s Cool Memories IV.