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LAWRENCE GROSSBERG: CURRICULUM VITAE Department of Communication Studies CB # 3285, 115 Bingham Hall University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, NC 27599 -3285 (919) 962-1127 (919) 962 -3305 FAX email: docrock Academic and Professional E mployment 2011 Interim Chair, Department of Communication Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 2009- Adjunct Distinguished Professor of American Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 2008- Adjunct Distinguished Professor of Geography, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 2006- Adjunct Distinguished Professor of Anthropology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 2004-2009 Director, University Program in Cultural Studies, Uni versity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 2000- Morris Davis Professor of Communication Studies and Cultural Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 1994- Morris Davis Professor of Communication Studies, University of North Carolina at Chape l Hill. Fellow, Institute for the Arts and Humanities 1990- Senior Editor, Cultural Studies (international journal) 1990-1994 Professor of Speech Communication; Research Professor of Communications; Professor of Criticism and Interpretive Theory, Unive rsity of Illinois at Urbana -Champaign 1984-1994 Research Associate Professor, Institute of Communications Research, University of Illinois at Urbana -Champaign. 1982-1994 Associate Professor of Speech Communication; Associate Professor of Criticism and I nterpretive Theory, University of Illinois at Urbana -Champaign. 1981-1982 Assistant Professor of Criticism and Interpretive Theory, University of Illinois at Urbana – Champaign. 1976-1982 Assistant Professor of Speech Communication, University of Illinois at Urbana -Champaign. [Graduate Faculty Term Membership, 1979 – 1982.] 1975-1976 Assistant Professor of Communications, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana. 1974-1975 Lecturer, College of Communications, University of Illinois at Urbana – Champaign. 1972-1974 Graduate Research/Teaching Assistant, Institute of Communications Research, University of Illinois at Urbana -Champaign. 1970-1971 Teacher, Bank Street College of Education, Early Childhood Center, New York, New York. 1969-1970 Member, Les Tre teaux Libres Theatre Company, Geneva, Switzerland. Academic Awards And Visiting Professorships Visiting Distinguished Professor of Humanities, Grinnell College, 2007. University of North Carolina Academy of Distinguished Teaching Scholars, 2007 Universi ty of North Carolina Distinguished Teaching Award (For Post -Baccalaureate Teaching), 2007 W.N. Reynolds Research Leave, University of North Carolina, 2007 Charles H. Woolbert Research Award, National Communication Association, 2004. LeBoff Distinguished V isiting Professor, New York University, 2004 Andersch Award (for outstanding contributions to the field of communications), Ohio University, 2002. Lifetime Achievement and Mentor Award, Critical and Cultural Studies Division, National Communication Association, 2001. Distinguished Hooker Visiting Professor, McMaster University, Hamilton (Canada), January 2001. Research Fellow, Internationales Forschungszentrum Kulturwissenschaftern, Vienna, Summer 2000 ICA Fellow, International Communication Asso ciation, 1998 (highest award for lifetime scholarship) Distinguished Scholar Award, National Communication Association, 1997. Fellow, Institute for the Arts and Humanities, University of North Carolina, 1996 – B. Aubrey Fisher Mentorship Award, Internationa l Communication Association, 1995

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Lawrence Grossberg 2 Education Ph.D., Communications Research, University of Illinois at Urbana -Champaign, 1976. Postgraduate study, University of Chicago, 1974 [with Paul Ricoeur]. Postgraduate study, Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studie s, University of Birmingham, England, 1968 -1969. A.B., Philosophy with Highest Honors, History with High Distinction, University of Rochester, Rochester, New York, 1968. Publications: Books Lawrence Grossberg, Conversations in Cultural Studies (Cr oatia, forthcoming) Lawrence Grossberg, Cultural studies in the future tense, Duke University Press, 2010 . Translation in Spanish (SigloXX), forthcoming Translation in German (Locker), forthcoming Spring 2012. Translation into Chinese (Professor Jin Yuanpu of Rnda), forthcoming South Asian edition (Orient BlackSwan), Spring 2012. Lawrence Grossberg, Estudios Culturales: Teoria, Politica y Practica . Ed. Chantal Cornut -Gentille DÕArcy. Valencia: Letra Capital, 2010. Lawrence Grossberg, We gotta ge t out of this place: Rock, die konservativen und die postmoderne . Vienna: Locker, 2010. Monica Seidl, Roman Horak and Lawrence Grossberg (eds.) About Raymond Williams . London: Routledge, 2009. Lawrence Grossberg, Die Perspecktiven der Cultural Studies: Der Lawrence -Grossberg -Reader . Koln: Herbert von Halem Verlag, 2007. Lawrence Grossberg, Caught in the crossfire: Kids, politics and AmericaÕs future (Boulder: Paradigm, 2005). Currently being translated into Chinese (Peking University Press). Tony Bennett. Lawrence Grossberg and Meaghan Morris (eds.). New Keywords (Oxford: Blackwells, 2005). Nuove parole chiave . (Napoli: Il Saggiatore, 2009) Currently being translated into Chinese (Nanjing University Press), Japanese (Minerva Shobo , due Fall 2010) and Arabic (Arab Organization for Translation). Lawrence Grossberg, Saggi sui cultural studies . (Napoli: Liguori Editore, 2002). Lawrence Grossberg, WhatÕs going on? Cultural Studies und Popularkultur (Vienna: Turia + Kant, 2000). . Paul Gilroy, L awrence Grossberg and Angela McRobbie, eds. Without guarantees: In honor of Stuart Hall , (London: Verso, 2000). Lawrence Grossberg, Ellen Wartella and Charles Whitney, MediaMaking (Thousand Oaks: Sage, 1998). (2nd revised edition, with MacgregoprWis e, 2005) Translated into Chinese. Lawrence Grossberg, Bringing it all Back Home: Essays on Cultural Studies (Durham: Duke University Press, 1997). Lawrence Grossberg, Dancing in Spite of Myself: Essays on Popular Culture (Durham: Duke University Press , 1997). James Hay, Lawrence Grossberg and Ellen Wartella, eds., The Audience and its Landscape (Boulder: Westview Press, 1996). Lawrence Grossberg, Mielihyvan kythkennat: risteilyja populaarikulttuurissa . (essays in Finnish).(Tampere: Vastapaino, 19 95)

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Lawrence Grossberg 3 Publications: Books, continued Simon Frith, Andrew Goodwin and Lawrence Grossberg, eds. Sound and Vision: The Music Video Reader (London: Routledge), 1993. Tony Bennett, Simon Frith, Lawrence Grossberg, John Shepherd and Graeme Turner, eds., Rock and Popular Music: Politics, Policies, Institutions (London: Routledge), 1993. Lawrence Grossberg, We Gotta Get Out of This Place: Popular conservatism and postmodern culture (New York and London: Routledge, 1992). Juha Koivisto, Mikko Lehyonen, T imo Uusitupa and Lawrence Grossberg, eds., Stuart Hall: Kulttuurin Ja Politiikan Murroksia (Tampere, Finland: Vastapaino, 1992). Lawrence Grossberg, Cary Nelson and Paula Treichler, eds. Cultural Studies (New York: Routledge, 1991). Deanna Robinson, et al. (I.C.Y.C.), Music at the Margins: Popular Music and Global Cultural Diversity (Newbury Park, Sage, 1991). Brenda Dervin, Lawrence Grossberg, Barbara J. O’Keefe and Ellen Wartella, eds., Rethinking Communication (2 volumes), (Newbury Park, CA.: Sage, 1989). Lawrence Grossberg, It’s a Sin: Essays on Postmodernism, Politics and Culture (Sydney: Power Publications, 1988). Cary Nelson and Lawrence Grossberg, eds. Marxism and the Interpretation of Culture (Urbana: University of Illinois Pres s, 1988). Publications: Articles (in English) Lawrence Grossberg and Daniel J. O’Keefe, “Presuppositions, Conceptual Foundations and Communication Theory: On Hawes’ Approach to Communications,” Quarterly Journal of Speech , 61 (April 1975), 195 -208. Daniel J. O’Keefe and Lawrence Grossberg, “Theoretical Clarity and Interpretive Social Science,” Quarterly Journal of Speech , 62 (October 1975), 319 -22. Jesse G. Delia and Lawrence Grossberg, “Interpretation and Evidence,” Western Journal of Speech Commun ication, 41 (Winter 1977), 33 -42. Lawrence Grossberg and Jesse G. Delia, “In Response,” Western Journal of Speech Communication , 41 (Winter 1977), 53 -56. Lawrence Grossberg, “Cultural Interpretation and Mass Communication,” Communication Research , 4 (J uly 1977), 339-54. Lawrence Grossberg, “Interpreting the ‘Crisis’ of Culture in Communication Theory,” Journal of Communication , 29 (Winter 1979), 56 -68. Lawrence Grossberg, “Language and Theorizing in the Human Sciences,” in Studies in Symbolic Interac tion , Volume 2, ed. Norman K. Denzin (Greenwich, Conn.: J.A.I., 1979), pp. 189 -231. Lawrence Grossberg, “Marxist Dialectics and Rhetorical Criticism.” Quarterly Journal of Speech , 65 (October 1979), 235 -49. Lawrence Grossberg and Clifford G. Christian s, “Hermeneutics and the Study of Communication,” in Foundations for Communication Studies , ed. John Soloski (Iowa City: University of Iowa, 1981), pp. 57 -81.

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Lawrence Grossberg 4 Publications: Articles (continued ) Lawrence Grossberg, “The Ideology of Communication: Postst ructuralism and the Limits of Communication,” Man and World , 15 (1982), 83 -101. Lawrence Grossberg, “Does Communication Theory Need Intersubjectivity: Toward an Immanent Philosophy of Interpersonal Relations,” Communication Yearbook 6 (Beverly Hills: Sa ge, 1982), pp. 171 -205. Lawrence Grossberg, “Intersubjectivity and the Conceptualization of Communication,” Human Studies , 5 (June 1982), 213 -35. Lawrence Grossberg, “Experience, Signification and Reality: The Boundaries of Cultural Semiotics,” Semiotic a, 41 (1982), 73 -106. Lawrence Grossberg, “On the Phenomenological Challenge in Sociology,” in Analecta Husserliana 15: The Foundations of Morality, Human Rights and the Human Sciences , ed. A -T. Tymienecka and C. O. Schrag (Dordrecht: Reidel, 1983), pp. 99-118. Lawrence Grossberg, “The Politics of Youth Culture: Some Observations on Rock and Roll in American Culture,” Social Text , 8 (Winter 1983/84), 104 -26. Lawrence Grossberg, “Cultural Studies Revisited and Revised,” in Communications in Transition , ed. Mary Mander (New York: Praeger, 1983), pp. 39 -70. Lawrence Grossberg, “Introduction” to Jennifer Slack, Communication Technologies and Society: Conceptions of Causality and the Politics of Technological Intervention (Norwood, N.J.: Ablex, 1984), i x-xiv. Lawrence Grossberg, “Another Boring Day in Paradise: Rock and Roll and the Empowerment of Everyday Life,” Popular Music 4 (1984), 225 -258. Lawrence Grossberg, “Strategies of Marxist Cultural Interpretation,” Critical Studies in Mass Communication , 1 (1984), 392 -421. Lawrence Grossberg, “The Social Meaning of Rock and Roll,” One Two Three Four , 1 (1984), 13 -21, 81 -101. Lawrence Grossberg, “I’d Rather Feel Bad Than Not Feel Anything At All [Rock and Roll: Pleasure and Power],” Enclitic , 8 (1984) , 94 -111. Lawrence Grossberg and Jennifer Daryl Slack, “Introduction” to Stuart Hall, “Signification, Ideology and Representation,” Critical Studies in Mass Communication , 2 (1985), 87 -90. Lawrence Grossberg, “If Rock and Roll Communicates, Then Why Is I t So Noisy?” Popular Music Perspectives 2, ed. David Horne (Exeter: IASPM, 1985), 451 -63. Lawrence Grossberg, “Michel Foucault” and ÒStuart HallÓ In Biographical Dictionary of Neo -Marxism , ed. Robert Gorman (Westport, Ct.: Greenwood Press, 1985), 143 -46 and 197 -200 respectively. Lawrence Grossberg, “The Spectacle is the Message,” In These Times , December 11, 1985, 21. Lawrence Grossberg, “Is There Rock After Punk?” Critical Studies in Mass Communication , 3 (March 1986), 50 -74. Lawrence Grossberg, ” Response to Critics,” Critical Studies in Mass Communication , 3 (March 1986), 86 -95. Lawrence Grossberg, “Marching to the Beat of a Different Drummer,” Civilization , no. 1 (1986).

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Lawrence Grossberg 5 Publications: Articles (continued ) Lawrence Grossberg, “Teaching the Popu lar,” in Theory in the Classroom , ed. Cary Nelson (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1986), 177 -200. Lawrence Grossberg, “History, Politics and Postmodernism: Stuart Hall and Cultural Studies,” Journal of Communication Inquiry , 10 (1986), 61 -77. Lawrence Grossberg, “The Politics of Music and Youth: Billboards along the North American Landscape,” Canadian Journal of Political and Social Theory ,” 11 (1987), 144 -51. Lawrence Grossberg and Paula Treichler, “Intersections: Criticism, Television, Gende r,” Communication , 9 (1987), 273-87. Lawrence Grossberg, “The In -difference of Television,” Screen , 28 (Spring, 1987), 28 -45. Lawrence Grossberg, “Rock and roll in search of an audience or, Taking fun (too?) seriously,” in Popular Music and Communicatio n, ed. James Lull (Beverly Hills: Sage, 1987), 175 -197. Lawrence Grossberg, “Critical Theory and the Politics of Empirical Research,” Mass Communication Review Yearbook Vol. 6, ed. Michael Gurevitch and Mark R. Levy (Newbury Park: Sage, 1987), 86 -106. Lawrence Grossberg and Cary Nelson, “The Territory of Marxism: An Introduction,” in Cary Nelson and Lawrence Grossberg, eds. Marxism and the Interpretation of Culture (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1988), 1 -13. Lawrence Grossberg, “Postmoderni ty and Affect: All Dressed Up with No Place to Go,” Communications , 10 (1988), 271 -93. Lawrence Grossberg, “Wandering Audiences, Nomadic Critics,” Cultural Studies 2 (October 1988), 377 -91. Lawrence Grossberg, “Rockin’ with Reagan or the Mainstreaming o f Post -modernity,” Cultural Critique 10 (Fall, 1988), 123 -49. Lawrence Grossberg, “Music Television: Swinging on the (Postmodern) Star” in Ian Angus and Sut Jhally, eds. Cultural Politics in Contemporary America (New York: Routledge, 1989), 254 -68. Lawrence Grossberg, “Pedagogy in the Age of Reagan: Politics, Postmodernity and the Popular,” in Curriculum and Teaching 3 (1988), 47 -62. Lawrence Grossberg, “‘You Still Have to ‘Fight for Your Right to Party’: Music Television as Billboards of Postmode rn Difference,Ó Popular Music , 7 (1988), 315 -332. Lawrence Grossberg, “Putting the Pop Back into Postmodernism,” in Andrew Ross, ed. Universal Abandon? The Politics of Postmodernism (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, 1988), 167 -190. Lawrence Grossb erg, “Pedagogy in the Present: Politics, Postmodernity and the Popular” in Henry Giroux, Roger Simon, et al., Popular Culture, Schooling and Everyday Life (Granby, Mass.: Bergin and Garvey, 1989), 91 -115. Lawrence Grossberg, “Rock Resistance and The Re sistance to Rock,” in Tony Bennett, ed., Rock Music: Politics and Policy (Bisbane: Institute for Cultural Policy Studies, 1989), 29 -42. Lawrence Grossberg, “The Formation(s) of Cultural Studies: An American in Birmingham,” Strategies , no. 2 (Fall 1989), 114 -49. Lawrence Grossberg, “The Contexts of Audience and the Politics of Difference,” Australian Journal of Communication , no. 16 (1989), 13 -36.

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Lawrence Grossberg 6 Publications: Articles (continued ) Lawrence Grossberg, “The Circulation of Cultural Studies,” Critical S tudies in Mass Communication 6 (1989), 413 -21. Lawrence Grossberg, “On the Road with Three Ethnographers,” Journal of Communication Inquiry , 13 -2 (1989), 23-26. Lawrence Grossberg, “Postmodernist Elitisms and Postmodern Struggles, Graduate Faculty Philos ophy Journal , 13 -2 (1990), 215 -240. Lawrence Grossberg, “Rock, Territorialization and Power,” Cultural Studies , 6 (1991), pp. 358 -67. Cary Nelson, Paula Treichler and Lawrence Grossberg, “Introduction,” Cultural Studies , ed. Lawrence Grossberg, Cary Nels on and Paula Treichler (New York: Routledge, 1991), pp. 1 -22. Lawrence Grossberg, “From Media to Popular Culture: A Question of Pedagogy,” Metro , no. 86 (1991), pp. 20 -26. Lawrence Grossberg, “The Fan and the Audience: ‘Her Life Was Saved By Rock and Roll,'” in Lisa A. Lewis, The Adoring Audience: Fan Culture and Popular Media ( London: Routledge, 1992), pp. 50 -65. Lawrence Grossberg, “Being Politically Correct in a Politically Incorrect World,” Journal of Communication , 42 (1992), 148 -9. Lawrence G rossberg, “Four Maps for a Pedagogy of Popular Culture,” Qualitative Studies Newsletter, Fall/Winter 1992. Lawrence Grossberg, “The Media Economy of Rock Culture: Cinema, Postmodernity and Authenticity,” in Simon Frith, Andrew Goodwin and Lawrence Gross berg, eds., Sound and Vision: The Music Video Reader (London: Routledge, 1993), pp. 185 -209. Lawrence Grossberg, “Popular Music and the New Conservatism,” in Tony Bennett et al., eds. Rock Music: Politics, Policies, Institutions (London: Routledge, 1993), pp. 193 -209. Lawrence Grossberg, “Popular Music and Politics: an introduction,” in Ibid., pp. 171 -176. Lawrence Grossberg, “Cultural Studies and/in New Worlds,” Critical Studies in Mass Communication ,” 10 (1993), pp. 1 -22. Lawrence Grossber g, “Cultural Studies and New Worlds,” in Race, Identity and Representation , ed. Cameron McCarthy and Warren Crichlow (New York: Routledge, 1993), pp. 89 -105. Lawrence Grossberg, “Bringing it all Back Home: Cultural Studies and Education,” in Between B orders: Cultural Studies and Education , ed. Henry Giroux and Peter McLaren (New York: Routledge, 1993), pp. 1 -25. Lawrence Grossberg, “Can Cultural Studies Find True Happiness in Communication?” Journal of Communication , 43 (Autumn 1993), pp. 89 -97. Lawrence Grossberg, “Is Anybody Listening? Does Anybody Care? On Talking About ‘The State of Rock,'” in Microphone Fiends: Youth Music and Youth Culture , ed. Tricia Rose and Andrew Ross (New York: Routledge, 1994), pp. 41 -58. Lawrence Grossberg, “The Political Status of Youth and Youth Culture,” in Jon Epstein, ed., Adolescents and their Music (New York: Garland Press,1994), pp. 25 -46..

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Lawrence Grossberg 8 Publications: Articles (continued ) Lawrence Grossberg, ÒHistory, imagination and the politics of belonging,Ó in Paul Gilroy, Lawrence Grossberg and Angela McRobbie, eds. No guarante es: Essays in honor of Stuart Hall. (London: Verso, 2000), 148 -164. Lawrence Grossberg, ÒThe figure of subalternity and the neoliberal future?Ó Nepantla: Views from South 1 (2000): 59-89. Lawrence Grossberg, Ò(Re)con -figuring space: Defining a project.Ó Space and Culture 4/5 (2000): 13 -22. Lawrence Grossberg, ÒThe sins of cultural studies.Ó In Jans Baetens and Jose Lambert, eds., The Future of Cultural Studies: Essays in Honor of Joris Vlasselaers . (Leuven (Belgium): Leuven University Press, 2000), 23 -34. Lawrence Grossberg, ÒContexts of cultural studies.Ó In Sirpa Leppanen and Joel Kuortti (eds.) Inescapable Horizon: Culture and Context . (Jyvaskyla (Finland): University of Jyvalkyla, 2000), 27 -52. Lawrence Gros sberg, ÒPressing, promising and paradoxical: On Education and Cultural Studies.Ó The Review of Education/Pedagogy/Cultural Studies , 22 (2000): 1 -26. Lawrence Grossberg, ÒWhy does neo -Liberalism hate kids? The war on youth and the culture of politics.Ó The Review of Education/Pedagogy/Cultural Studies , 23 -2 (2001), 111 -136. Lawrence Grossberg, ÔReflections of a disappointed popular music scholar.Ó In Roger Beebe et al. (Eds), Rock Over the Edge: Transformations of Popular Music (Durham: Duke University P ress, 2002), 25 -59. Lawrence Grossberg, ÒPostscript,Ó Postcolonial Studies special issue, Communication Theory , 12 -3 (2002), 367 -70. Lawrence Grossberg, ÒPrefaceÓ to Handel K. Wright, A Prescience of African Cultural Studies , N.Y.: Peter Lang, 2004, xi -xvi. Lawrence Grossberg, ÒAnimations, Articulations and Belongings: an IntroductionÓ to Jennifer Daryl Slack (ed.). Animations of Deleuze and Guattari. N.Y.: Peter Lang, 2003, 1 -8. Anne Allison and Lawrence Grossberg, ÒKidsÕ culture and the violence of globalisation,Ó Postcolonial Studies 6-3 (2003), 261 -7 Lawrence Grossberg, ÒCultural studies, the war against kids, and the re -becoming of US modernity,Ó Postcolonial Studies 6-3 (2003), 327 -350. Lawrence Grossberg, ÒDefining cultural studies.Ó Sri Lanka Journal of Communication and Media Studies 1 (01) (2004): 54 -64. Lawrence Grossberg, ÒCultural Studies,Ó Dictionary of the History of Ideas , (ed. Maryanne Cline Horowitz), vol. 2 (Detroit: Charles ScribnerÕs Sons, 2005), 519 -525. Lawrence Grossb erg, ÒCultural Studies, the War against Kids, and the Re -becoming of U.S. Modernity,Ó in Cameron McCarthy, et al. (Eds.), Race, Identity and Representation in Education, 2 nd edition . (New York: Routledge, 2005), pp. 349 -368. Lawrence Grossberg, ÒFuture W arsÓ Soundings , no. 31 (Autumn 2005), 15 -22. Lawrence Grossberg, ÒThe life and times of cultureÓ In Media and Society (Korea), 13 -3 (2005), 127 -149. Lawrence Grossberg. ÒDoes cultural studies have futures? Should it? (or WhatÕs the matter with New York ?) Ó Cultural Studies , 20 -1 (2006), 1 -32.

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Lawrence Grossberg 9 Publications: Articles (continued ) Tony Bennett, Lawrence Grossberg and Meaghan Morris, ÒOriginals, remakes, assemblages,Ó Criticism , (2007) 47 -4: 567 -71. Lawrence Grossberg, ÒWorth a second, or even a first, look.Ó International Journal of Communication 1 (2007). Lawrence Grossberg. ÒRereading the past from the future.Ó International Journal of Cultural Studies , 10 -1 (200 7)125 -34. Lawrence Grossberg, ÒAffect and postmodernity in the struggle over ÔAmerican modernity.ÕÓ In Pelagia Goulimari (ed.), Postmodernism: What moment? Manchester University Press, 2007, 176 -201. Lawrence Grossberg, ÒCCCS and the detour through th eory.Ó In CCCS Selected Working Papers , vol. 1. Ed. Ann Gray et al. London: Routledge, 2007. Pp. 33 -47. Lawrence Grossberg, ÒStuart Hall on race and racism: cultural studies and the practice of contextualism.Ó In Brian Meeks (Ed.). Culture, politics, rac e and diaspora: The thought of Stuart Hall . Kingston: Ian Randle, 2007. pp.98 -119. Lawrence Grossberg, ÒCultural Studies.Ó The International Encyclopedia of Communication . Vol. 3. Ed. Wolfgang Donsbach. Blackwells, 2008. pp. 1110 -1116. Lawrence Grossber g, ÒRichard Hoggart, cultural studies, and the demands of the present.Ó Sue Owens (ed.). Richard Hoggart and Cultural Studies , Houndsmill Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan, 2008, 57 -74, Lawrence Grossberg, ÒThe conversation of cultural studies.Ó Cultural S tudies 23-2 (March 2009), 177 -182. Lawrence Grossberg, ÒIntroduction: James William Carey 1934 -2006.Ó Cultural Studies 23-2 (March 2009), 155 -6. Lawrence Grossberg, ÒJames Carey and the conversation of culture,Ó in Linda Steiner and Cliff Christians (Ed s.) Key concepts in critical and cultural studies . Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2010, 73 -87. Lawrence Grossberg, ÒModernity and Commensuration: A reading of a contemporary (economic) crisis.Ó Cultural Studies , 24 -3 (May 2010), 295 -332. Lawre nce Grossberg, ÒOn the political responsibility of cultural studies.Ó Inter -Asia , 11 -2 (May 2010), 241 -7. Lawrence Grossberg, ÒStanding on a bridge: Rescuing economies from economists.Ó Journal of Communication Inquiry ,34 -4 (2010): 316 -336. Lawrence Gr ossberg. ÒForward.Ó Benjamin Frymer, Tony Kashani, Anthony J. Nocella II and Richard Van Heertum, eds. HollywoodÕs Exploited: Movies as Public Pedagogy and Cultural Politics . New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010, xiii -xiv. Lawrence Grossberg, ÒTheorizing C ontext.Ó In David Featherstone and Joe Painter (eds.). Spatial Politics : Essays for Doreen Massey . Wiley -Blackwell, forthcoming. Lawrence Grossberg. ÒWill Work for Cultural Studies.Ó Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies , forthcoming.

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Lawrence Grossberg 10 Publi cations: Book Reviews Lawrence Grossberg, “Review of Karl Marx, Romantic Irony and the Proletariat: The Mythopoetic Origins of Marxism , by Leonard Wessel,” Slavic Review , 41 (Spring 1982), 182 -3. Lawrence Grossberg, “Review of Language and Politics: W hy Does Language Matter to Political Philosophy , by Fred R. Dallmayr,” Journal of Social Philosophy , 16 (1984), 35 -6. Lawrence Grossberg, “Review of Iain Chambers, Urban Rhythms,” Popular Music , 6 (1987), 104 -6. Lawrence Grossberg, Review of Stephen Litt lejohn, Theories of Human Communication (3rd Edition), Communication Theory , 1 (1991), 171 -6. Lawrence Grossberg, Review of Peter Wicke, Rock Music: Culture, Aesthetics and Sociology , Worldbeat 1 (1991), 174-8. Publications: Interviews (English) Lawren ce Grossberg, ÒEssentialism and anti -essentialism: Between a rock and a hard placeÓ (Review of J.K. Gibson -Graham, The End of Capitalism {as we know it }). UTS Review 3 (1997): 208 -213. Lawrence Grossberg and Stuart Hall, ÒOn Postmodernism and Articulation : an Interview.Ó Journal of Communication Inquiry , 10 (1986), 456 -60. Lawrence Grossberg, “Rock and roles: an Interview (by Marcus Breen),” Australian Left Review , October 1990, 36-38. Lawrence Grossberg, Interview: ÒThe Organization of Affect: Popular Music, Youth and Intellectual and Political Life,Ó Taboo 2 (1995), 109 -131. Lawrence Grossberg, ÒWhatÕs going on? On the status quo of cultural studies (an interview).Ó Cultural Values , 5-2 (2001). 133 -162. Lawrence Grossberg and Toby Miller, ÒMapping the Intersections of Foucault and Cultural Studies: an interview.Ó In Jack Z. Bratich et al. (eds.). Foucault, Cultural Studies and Governmentality . Albany: SUNY Press, 2003. pp. 23 -46. Lawrence Grossberg, ÒBeing young sucks: an interviewÓ, Bad Subjec ts 74 (2006): Lawrence Grossberg and James Carey, ÒIn conversation:Ó Part 1: ÒFrom New England to Illinois: The invention of cultural studies,Ó and Part 2: ÒConfigurations of culture, history and poli tics.Ó In Thinking with James Carey : Essays on Communications, Transportation, History , Jeremy Packer and Craig Robertson Eds., New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 2006. Lawrence Grossberg, ÒAn interview,Ó with Gary Marchionini. ÒInformation in Life Series .Ó 2007. Lawrence Grossberg, ÒLetÕs tell a different story: an Interview,Ó (Lin gnan University, 2007)) Lawrence Grossberg, ÒCultural studies meets Chicana/o studies: an interview.Ó In The Chicana/o Cultural Studies Forum . Ed. Angie Chabram -Dernersesian. New York: NYU Press, 2007, 171 -4. Lawrence Grossberg, ÒWe know where weÕre g oing, but we donÕt know where we are.Ó Interviewed by Younghan Cho. Journal of Communication Inquiry 32-2 (April 2008), 102 -22.

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Lawrence Grossberg 11 Publications: Interviews, continued Lawrence Grossberg, ÒPersonal reflections on the politics and practice of cultural studies .Ó Atlantis 32-2 (December), 107 -120. (Spain), 2010. Lawrence Grossberg, ÓLines of Flight, Exits Closed.Ó(In Christian Hıller (ed.) Time Action Vision: Conversations in Cultural Studies, Theory and Activism . Geneva: JRP/ Ringier & Les Presses du Reel, 2 010. 42 -65. Lawrence Grossberg, ÒAffectÕs future: Rediscovering the virtual in the actual.Ó (interviewed by Greg Seigworth) in Melissa Gregg and Gregory J. Seigworth (eds). The Affect Theory Reader . Duke University Press, 2010, 309 -338. Lawrence Gros sberg on The Critical Lead. February 4, 2011. _Lede_Podcast/Entries/2011/2/9_044__Interview_w ith_Larry_Grossberg.html Lawrence Grossberg. ( Interview ed by Jon Cruz ). European Journal of Cultural Studies , forthcoming . Lawrence Grossberg, ÒCommunication gave me a home.Ó(Interviewed by Michael Meyen). In Michael Meyen, ed. ÒWe Helped the Discipline MatureÓ: The Founding Parents of Communication . forthcoming. Publications in Other Languages: Translations, Original Essays and Interviews Lawrence Grossberg, “La ‘Crisis’ de la Cultura en Las Teorias de la Communicacion Humana,” Cuadernos de Comunicacion , No. 50 (Agosto 1979). Lawrence Grossberg, “Die Gesellschaftliche Bedeutung des Rock and Roll,” Musik und Bildung , 7/8, 1983. Also in Italian. Lawrence Grossberg, “Un nouveau batteur a l’orchestre rock: Ronald Reagan,” Carrefour , 7 (December 1985). Lawrence Grossberg, “Se il rock ‘n’ roll comunica, perche allora e cosi rumoroso? Il piacere e il popolare,” in What is Popular Music? 41 Saggi, Interventi, Richerche Sulla Musica di Ogni Giorno (Mila n: Unicopli, 1985), (trans. Alessandro Achille). Lawrence Grossberg, “Rock ‘n’ Reagan,” Musica Realta , 19 (April 1986). Lawrence Grossberg, “Il significato sociale del rock and roll,” Communicaione Di Massa , 3 (Sept./Dec. 1986). Lawrence Grossberg, ” Existe rock depois do punk?” Correio Brasiliense , September, 1988. Lawrence Grossberg, “Cultural Studies Revisited and Revised,” in Implosion McDonald , ed. Kuan -Hsing Chen (Taiwan, 1992). Lawrence Grossberg, “‘I’d Rather Feel Bad Than Not Feel Anything A t All,'” Isle Margin , No. 11 and 12 (1994), (Taiwan). Lawrence Grossberg, “Strategies of Marxist Cultural Interpretation” and “Formations of Cultural Studies” in Journal of Communication and Culture , (Taiwan, 1994). Lawrence Grossberg, “Is Anybody Listen ing? Does Anybody Care?” in PopScriptum (Berlin, 1994). Lawrence Grossberg, ÒCÕe nessuno in ascolto? Frege neinte a Nessuno? Note sullo Ôstato del rockÕ,” in Annali dell’ Istituto Gramsci , 2/1994.

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