Television says nothing but: I’m an image, everything’s image. Internet and computers say nothing but: I’m information, everything’s information. Its the sign making itself the sign, the medium doing its own advertising (Jean Baudrillard, Paroxysm, 1998:72).


Gerry Coulter. Image, Reversibility, and Challenge.


Gerry Coulter. Taking Derrida Seriously.


Jean Baudrillard. War Porn. Translated by Paul Taylor

Douglas Kellner. Baudrillard, Globalization and Terrorism: Some Comments on Recent Adventures of the Image and Spectacle on the Occasion of Baudrillard’s 75th Birthday.

Jean Baudrillard. From Radical Incertitude, or Thought as Imposter

Rex Butler. Baudrillard’s Light Writing Or Photographic Thought

Nicholas Ruiz. A Gift for the Real

Alan Cholodenko. “OBJECTS IN MIRROR ARE CLOSER THAN THEY APPEAR”: The Virtual Reality of Jurassic Park and Jean Baudrillard

Richard G. Smith. Lights, Camera, Action: Baudrillard and the Performance of Representations

Jason De Boer. The Fatal “Theory-Fiction” of Jean Baudrillard

Book Reviews

William Bogard. How The Actual Emerges From The Virtual. Review of Manuel De Landa’s Intensive Science and Virtual Philosophy. New York: Continuum, 2002.

Brett Conway. Radicalizing Cultural Studies and Undermining The Mainstream Framework for Defining Terror. Review of Slavoj Žižek. Welcome to the Desert of the Real: Five Essays on September 11 and Related Dates. London: Verso, 2002.

Barry Edginton. French Social Theory: Altruism, Anomie, and Hypertelia. Review of Mike Gane’s French Social Theory. London: Sage, 2003.

Stuart Elden. Home and Away. Review of Mike Gane’s French Social Theory and François Cusset’s French Theory: Foucault, Derrida, Deleuze & Cie et les mutations de la vie intellectuelle aux États-Unis. Paris: Éditions la Découverte, 2003.

Pramod K. Nayar. To Exclude Ourselves From the World. Review of Paul Virilio and Sylvere Lotringer Crepuscular Dawn. New York: Semiotext(e), 2002.

Lenny Steverson. Totems, Tropes, and Manifestos in Sociology and Mass Culture. Review of Patricia Cormack, Sociology and Mass Culture: Durkheim, Mills, and Baudrillard. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2002.

Eugene O’Brien. Dangerous Incertitude, Complexity, and Originality. Review of: Sylvère Lotringer and Sande Cohen. French Theory In America. New York: Routledge, 2001.

Anne-Marie Obajtek-Kirkwood. Crepuscular Wake Up Call. Review of Paul Virilio. Ground Zero. New York: Verso, 2002; and Paul Virilio, Sylvere Lotringer. Crepuscular Dawn. Los Angeles and New York: Semiotexte(e), 2002.

H. Masud Taj. Empty Space Or A Black Hole? The Proto-Baudrillardian Labyrinth. Review of Francesco Proto. Mass Identity Architecture: The Architectural Writings of Jean Baudrillard. New York: John Wiley and Sons, 2003.