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City Tech’s Interdisciplinary Peer-Reviewed Journal NANO: New American Notes Online Explores the Gift in an Age of Austerity
How do gifts move and also stay put? The new issue of NANO: New American Notes Online, an open access City Tech humanities journal, explores this and related questions by considering how gift exchange functions in contemporary consumer culture, the Burning Man festival, Amish domestic life, and literary works from Marianne Moore to Dave Eggers.
Issue 11, “Economies of the Gift in an Age of Austerity,” is the result of a collaboration between guest editors J.P. Craig (Alabama State University) and Jennie Stearns (Georgia Gwinnett College), the article authors, and NANO’s editorial team: Sean Scanlan and Rebecca Devers.
Table of Contents:
Issue 11: Economies of the Gift in an Age of Austerity
Guested Edited by: J.P. Craig and Jennie Stearns
Rebecca Colesworthy, SUNY Albany
Scott Thomas Gibson, La Universidad San Francisco in Quito, Ecuador
Síofra McSherry, Freie Universität Berlin
Elizabeth Gregory, University of Houston
Nao Nomura, Saitama University, Japan
Graham St. John, University of Fribourg, Switzerland
Jacquelin O’Dell, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth
Anushka Peres, University of Arizona
On the Horizon:
Issue 12 on The Force Awakens is ramping up this summer and will be published in the late fall of 2017. And Issue 13 on The Anthropocene is slated for spring 2018.
If readers are interested in proposing a special issue: please contact the editor, Sean Scanlan, at email@example.com
English Dept. New York City College of Technology - CUNY