Items where Author / Artist / Editor is "Martin, Stewart"

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Martin, Stewart (2015) Art Strike panel at the Radical Philosophy conference, HKW, Berlin, Jan 2015. [Audio]

Martin, Stewart (2015) Political economy of life: Negt and Kluge's history and obstinacy. Radical Philosophy, 190 . ISSN 0300-211X

Martin, Stewart (2014) Marx, Karl Heinrich. In: Oxford Encyclopedia of Aesthetics. Oxford University Press, pp. 255-259.

Martin, Stewart (2011) Capitalist life in Lukács. In: Georg Lukacs: the fundamental dissonance of existence aesthetics, politics, literature. Bewes, Timothy and Hall, Timothy, eds. Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd, London. ISBN 9781441157904

Martin, Stewart (2011) Short treatise on art. In: Aesthetics and contemporary art. Avanessian, Armen and Skrebowski, Luke, eds. Sternberg Press, Berlin. ISBN 9781934105528

Martin, Stewart (2009) Artistic communism – a sketch. Third Text, 23 (4). pp. 481-494. ISSN 0952-8822

Martin, Stewart (2008) Visual culture or art? In: Bildwissenschaft und Visual Culture Studies in der Diskussion. Hemingway, Andrew and Schneider, Norbert, eds. Kunst und Politik (10). V&R unipress, University of Osnabrück. ISBN 9783899715309

Martin, Stewart (2007) Critique of relational aesthetics. Third Text, 21 (4). pp. 386-396. ISSN 0952-8822

Martin, Stewart (2006) Literature and the modern system of the arts: sources of criticism in Adorno. In: Adorno and Literature. Cunningham, David and Mapp, Nigel, eds. Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd, pp. 9-25. ISBN 0826487521

Martin, Stewart (2005) W. G. Sebald and the modern art of memory. In: Photography and Literature in the Twentieth Century. Cunningham, David and Fisher, Andrew and Mays, Sas, eds. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 180-202. ISBN 1904303463

Martin, Stewart (2002) Adorno and the problem of philosophy. PhD thesis, Middlesex University.

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