Art has a central role in creating what we commonly call culture, and considerations of aesthetic appreciation and alternative forms of artistic endeavor are part of any society's cultural reproduction. For this special issue of the Review of Radical Political Economics, we seek writing that explores any and all sides of this phenomenon, while connecting it to the world of political economy. Connection can be made through theories of social change; issues of work, gender, distribution, race, class, value, and commerce; or other means.
Submissions are due by September 1, 2002, and must follow the Instructions to Contributors listed on cover 3 of the Review, available from the Managing Editor. For complete description of the call for papers, visit http://www.urpe.org/rrpesi_3.html
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