Brytyjskie studia kulturowe a polski strach przed polityką
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Despite considerable change over recent years, British cultural studies and the work of the Birmingham Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies, the very cradle of this discipline, remain on the peripheries of Polish cultural studies. While the causes of this remain under debate, the author deduces that one of them is of utmost importance: the aversion to politics and politicians, observable in the Polish public discourse since 1989, which has amounted to a politicophobia. This phenomenon makes it difficult to accept “an ‘engaged’ set of disciplines”, as Stuart Hall put it. The author argues that overcoming this barrier is one of the key pieces of the development of cultural studies in Poland.
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