Volume Twelve, Number 2 (July, 2015)Kelly Reid2018-10-14T18:26:59+00:00
And yet everything is still not for the best in this best of all worlds, for, as this performance goes global, it also becomes increasingly unintelligible. And one inevitably has to wonder whether that unintelligibility may not, precisely, betray the emergence of a counter-hegemonic power – an equal, if not superior antagonistic power (Baudrillard Fragments  2004: 111).
Jon Baldwin. Baudrillard and Neo-Liberalism
Jesse Owens Hearns-Branaman. Towards a Hyperrealist Epistemology of the News Media: Baudrillard, Boorstin, Tuchman, and Hall
Ryan Dunham. The Murder of the Illusion
Abdullah Hussein Kurraz. Jean Baudrillard’s America and Thomas Pynchon’s The Crying of Lot 49: Entropic Symbolism of Puzzling the Puzzled
Russell Manning. John Malkovich Does Not Exist
Keith Moser. The Problematic Search for Happiness in the Realm of Signs: A Baudrillardian Reading of Georges Perec’s Les Choses
Christopher Vanden Berg. Woe Speaks No: Baudrillard and Adorno on Object-Oriented Thought
Syedhamed Tayebi. Reinstating Reality: David Foster Wallace’s Short Stories: A Reading According to Jean Baudrillard
From the Web
Mihail Evans (2014). The Singular Politics of Derrida and Baudrillard Palgrave Macmillan.
Olivier Penot Lacassagne (Editor, 2015) Back to Baudrillard. Paris: CNRS Publications.
Obrad Savic (2014). “Final Address: Jean Baudrillard, Serbia”. Eurozine Magazine: http://www.eurozine.com/articles/1999-10-12-savic-en.html#footNote17