Full publications list

JOHN HUTNYK – PUBLICATIONS

BOOKS (single authored)

  • John Hutnyk Global South Asia on Screen. New York: Bloomsbury. ISBN 9781501324987
  • John Hutnyk Pantomime Terror: Music and Politics. Zero books. ISBN  978-1-78279-209-3.
  • John Hutnyk 2004. Bad Marxism: Capitalism and Cultural Studies London: Pluto ISBN 0-7453-2266-2.
  • John Hutnyk Critique of Exotica: Music, Politics and the Culture Industry London: Pluto Press. ISBN 0 7453 1597 6.
  • John Hutnyk The Rumour of Calcutta: Tourism, Charity and the Poverty of Representation. Zed Books, London. ISBN 18649408X.

 

  • Book (co-authored)
  • John Hutnyk, Raminder Kaur and Virinder Kalra 2005. Hybridity and Diaspora, London: Sage. ISBN 0-7619-7397-4.

 

  • EDITED BOOKS:
  • John Hutnyk Beyond Borders London: Pavement Books. ISBN 978-0-9571470-0-3.
  • John Hutnyk and Ursula Rao Celebrating Transgression: Method and Politics in Anthropology (with Ursula Rao) Oxford: Berghahn. ISBN 1-84545-025-6.
  • John Hutnyk and Raminder Kaur Travel Worlds: Journeys in Contemporary Cultural Politics London, Zed books. ISBN 1856495620.
  • John Hutnyk, Sanjay Sharma and Ashwani Sharma 1996. Dis-orienting Rhythms: The Politics of the New Asian Dance Music, Zed Books, London. ISBN 1856494705.

 

  • Other Edited Volumes:
  • John Hutnyk second special section PubliCity in the journal Left Curve USA – a samizdat style insert in this journal containing 12 articles from 9 different countries. ISSN 0160-1857.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Culture’ section of Problematising Global Knowledge, special issue (2 volumes) Theory Culture and Society Vol 23 (2-3). ISSN 0263-2764.
  • John Hutnyk special section PubliCity in the journal Left Curve USA – a samizdat style insert in this journal containing 30 articles from 19 different countries. ISSN 0160-1857.
  • John Hutnyk and Sanjay Sharma special issue – Theory, Culture and Society vol 17 (3) – ‘Music and Politics’. ISSN 0263-2764.
  • John Hutnyk and Virinder Kalra special issue – Postcolonial Studies Vol 1(3) – ‘Diasporic Music’. ISSN 1368-8790.
  • John Hutnyk and LUPA The Consuming Subjects of Education. La Trobe University Education Research Journal.
  • John Hutnyk 1987-1988. Criticism, Heresy and Interpretation – Journal of the Department of Anthropology, University of Melbourne – 3 volumes as editor in chief. ISSN 10378707.
  • John Hutnyk and Nick Lane Melbourne Journal of Politics, Department of Political Science, University of Melbourne. ISSN 0085-3224.

 

  • JOURNAL ARTICLES (refereed):
  • John Hutnyk 2018. ‘Mela: festival scenes in South Asian cinema’, Inter Asia Cultural Studies, 19(1): 129-147. (TDT ICI) ISSN 1464-9373.
  • John Hutnyk 2018. ‘Cine-Politics: Film Stars and Political Existence in South India, by M. Madhava Prasad’, South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies, 41: 236-238 (TDT ICI) ISSN 0085-6401.
  • John Hutnyk 2013. ‘Proletarianization’ in New Formations (special issue on Bernard Stiegler) February 2013 ISBN 9781907103612.
  • John Hutnyk and Thomas Henri 2012. ‘Contexts for Distraction’ Journal For Cultural Research 17(2):199-125 (Special issue on the August 2011 uprisings in London). ISSN
  • John Hutnyk ‘Poetry After Guantanamo: M.I.A.’ Social Identities 18.5, pp. 555-572. ISSN 13504630.
  • John Hutnyk ‘“Sexy Sammie and Red Rosie”? From Burning Books to the War on Terror’, Space and Culture 15.2, pp164-176. ISSN 12063312.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Beyond Television Studies’ Roundtable essay in South Asian History and Culture 3(4):583-590. ISSN 1947-2498.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Critique of Everything’ in Soumen Antropologi: Journal of the Finnish Anthropological Society 36(3)71-75. ISSN 0355-3930.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Pantomime Terror Diasporic Music in a Time of War’. Journal of Creative Communications, 2(1-2), pp. 123-141. ISSN 09732586.
  • John Hutnyk 2006 ‘Culture’ main entry for culture section in Theory Culture and Society 23(2–3): 351–375 23 ISSN 0263-2764.
  • John Hutnyk 2006. ‘The Dialectic of Here and There: Anthropology ‘At Home’ and British Asian Communism’ Social Identities 11(4):345-361 ISSN 1350-4630.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Panoramas of Asia and the Electronic Hearth: Michael Palin’s Connection’ Journal of the Moving Image, 4(Nov):32-62. ISSN 2230-9160.
  • John Hutnyk 2005. ‘Hybridity’ Ethnic and Racial Studies 28(1):79-102, ISSN 0141-9870.
  • John Hutnyk 2005. ‘The Dialectics of European Hip-Hop: Fun^da^mental and the Deathening Silence’ South Asian Popular Culture 3(1):17-32. ISSN 1474-6689
  • John Hutnyk ‘Photogenic Poverty: Souvenirs and Infantilism’ Journal of Visual Culture, 3(1):77-94. ISSN 1470-4129
  • John Hutnyk 2004. ‘The Chapatti Story: How Hybridity as Theory displaced Maoism as Politics in Subaltern Studies’ Contemporary South Asia 12(4)481-491. ISSN 0958-4935
  • John Hutnyk 2003. ‘Bataille’s Wars: Surrealism, Marxism, Fascism’ Critique of Anthropology, 23(3):264-288 ISSN 0308-275X
  • John Hutnyk Tales from the Raj’ in Rethinking Marxism, vol. 13(3-4):119-136. ISSN‎ 0893-5696.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Jungle Studies – the State of Anthropology’ in Futures 34(1):15-31. ISSN 0016-3287/01.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Music for Euro-Maoists: On the Correct Handling of Contradictions Among Popstars’ in Theory Culture and Society 17(3):141-163. ISSN 0263-2763.
  • John Hutnyk and Sanjay Sharma 2000. ‘Music and Politics: Introduction to the Special Section’ in Theory Culture and Society 17(3):57-65. ISSN 0263-2763.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Hybridity Saves: Authenticity and/or the Critique of Appropriation’ in Amer-Asia 25(3):39-58. ISSN 0044-7471.
  • John Hutnyk ‘The Right to Difference is a Fundamental Human Right: Against the Motion’ contribution to GDAT debate, Left Curve No 23, 2001. ISSN 0160-1857.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Resettling Bakun: Consultancy, Anthropologists and Development’ Left Curve 23:82-90. ISSN 0160-1857.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Adorno at Womad: South Asian Crossovers and the Limits of Hybridity-talk’ Postcolonial Studies, 1(3):401-426. ISSN 1368-8790.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Clifford’s Ethnographica’ Critique of Anthropology 18(4):339-378. ISSN 0308-275X.
  • John Hutnyk and Virinder Kalra 1998. ‘Brimful of Agitation, Appropriation and Authenticity: Madonna’s “Asian Kool”‘ in Postcolonial Studies, 1(3):339-355. ISSN 1368-8790.
  • John Hutnyk and Virinder Kalra 1998. ‘Music and Politics – introduction to the special section’ Postcolonial Studies, 1(3):335-37. ISSN 1368-8790.
  • John Hutnyk ‘derrida@marx.archive’ Space and Culture 2:95-122. ISSN 12063312.
  • John Hutnyk, Virinder Kalra and Sanjay Sharma 1997. ‘Fun^Da^Mental Politics: the New Asian Dance Music and its Revolutionary Antecedents’ Left Curve 21:54-64. ISSN 01601857.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Media, Research, Politics, Culture’ Critique of Anthropology 16(4):417-428. ISSN 0308275X.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Writing Calcutta: Travelling with Lévi-Strauss and Gunter Grass’ Kolkata 2000, (India) June pp 31-47.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Thinking With Berger: Local/Global and Dialogue in Modernity As Exile by Nikos Papastergiadis’, New Literatures Review, 27:91-103. ISSN 03147495.
  • John Hutnyk ‘African Research Futures: Post-Colonialism and Identity’ Anthropology Today 10(4):24-25. ISSN 0268540X.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Noir Sociology: Can Academics Map Los Angeles’, Left Curve, 17:26-33. ISSN 01601857.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Calcutta Cipher: travellers and the city’ Social Analysis 32:53-65. ISBN 0133977X.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Articulation and Marginalia: Making Spaces for Other Voices in Our Institutions’ New Literatures Review, Winter-South:104-116.  ISSN 0314-7495.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Cinematic Calcutta: Camera Angles on the City’ Agenda Special issue, Dec:68-72. ISSN 10331115.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Writing for the Space Cadets: reviewing the urban west’ Melbourne Journal of Politics, 21:151-167. ISSN 0085-3224.
  • John Hutnyk 1992 ‘Photogenic Calcutta- Instamatic Anthropology’ In Media, (India) July.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Comparative Anthropology and Evans-Pritchard’s African Photography’ Critique of Anthropology 10(1):81-102. ISSN 0308275X.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Clifford Geertz as a Cultural System’ Social Analysis 25:91-119. ISBN 0133977X.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Customs Review of Public Culture; The U.S. and Africa in Melbourne’ Public Culture 2(1)Fall: 130-136. ISSN 08992363.
  • John Hutnyk ‘The Third Body: Black Art on (Re)View in London’ Criticism, Heresy and Interpretation, vol. 3. ISSN 10378707.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Lévi-Strauss as a Cultural System: Geertz’s Chapter on Tristes Tropiques’ Criticism, Heresy and Interpretation, vol. 1, No. 1. ISSN 10378707.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Castaway Anthropology: Malinowski’s Tropical Writings’ Antithesis, 2(1):43-56. ISSN 10303839.
  • John Hutnyk ’The Authority of Style’, Social Analysis, 21:59-79. ISBN 0133977X.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Go Tell it on the Mountain: Politics and Knowledge in Ethnography’, Melbourne Journal of Politics, 18:126-141. ISSN 0085-3224.

 

  • BOOK CHAPTERS
  • John Hutnyk ‘The Working Day’ in Michelangelo Paganopoulos editor In-Between Fiction and Non Fiction: Reflections on the Poetics of Ethnography towards the Formation of World Society, Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp 55-66. (TDT). ISBN (10): 1-5275-0833-1.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Censoring Wagner’ in Annemette Kirkegaard, Helmi Järviluoma, Jan Sverre Knudsen, editors, Researching Music Censorship, Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp 286-311.ISBN-10: 1443886173.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Sexy Sammie and Red Rosie’ in Aparajita De editor South Asian Racialization and Belonging after 9/11: Masks of Threat, Lexington Books USA, Chapter 2. ISBN978-1-4985-1252-7.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Shopping as Civil War’ in Theresa Beyer, Thomas Burkhalter and Hannes Liechti (eds) Seismographic Sounds: Visions of a New World, NoOrient, Geneva. ISBN: 9783952449608.
  • John Hutnyk ‘The Black Hole?’ in Nilanjana Gupta (ed) Strangely Beloved: Writings on Calcutta, New Delhi: Rupa Publications pp27-36. ISBN 9788129129277.
  • John Hutnyk ‘NDTV 24×7: Mohammad Afzal Guru Frame by Frame’ in Biswarup Sen and Abhijit Roy (eds) Channeling Cultures: Television Studies from India, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, pp177-200. ISBN 9780198092056.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Citizen: Marx/Kane’ in Mazierska, Eva and Lars Kristensen (eds) Marx a the Movies: Revisiting History, Theory and Practice, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan pp218-243. ISBN-10: 1349478377.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Dragnets on London Transport’ in Raul Gshrey (ed) Grenzlinien, Frankfurt: Gutleut Verlag. ISBN 9783936826586.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Beyond Television Studies’ in Aswin Punathambekar and Shanti Kumar (eds) Television at Large in South Asia, London: Routledge. ISBN 9788189643355.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Critica de tudo’ in Tatiana Amendola Sanches ed., Estudos Culturais uma abordagem pratica, Sao Paulo: Editora Senac pp99-209 ISBN 978-85-396-0141-7.
  • John Hutnyk ‘NDTV 24X7, the Hanging Channel: News Media or Horror Show’ in Batabyal, Chowdhry, Gaur et al. Indian Mass Media and the Politics of Change, London: Routledge. ISBN: 9781138662858.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Undercover Transports’ in Menrath and Schwinghammer eds What Does a Chameleon Look Like? Topographies of Immersion, Cologne: Herbert Von Halem Verlag. ISBN 9783938258514.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Pantomime paranoia in London or, ‘lookout he’s behind you!’’ in Ian Peddie (ed) Popular Music and Human Rights, Volume I: British and American Music, London: Ashgate. ISBN 1409437574.
  • John Hutnyk and Laura King 2011. ‘The Eighteenth Brumaire of Gaius Baltar: Colonialism Reimagined in Battlestar Gallactica’ in Arlo Kemp fed., Breaching the Colonial Contract Springer pp237-250 ISBN 978-90-481-3888-3.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Hybridity’ in Kim Knott and Sean McLaughlin Diasporas: Concepts, Intersections, Identities London Zed books pp59-62. ISBN 978-1-84277-948-4.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Translating Appearance: On the First Sentence of Das Kapital’ in Tom Bunyard ed., The Devils Party London CCS pp50-54 ISBN 978-1-4452-1822-9.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Tourism and the Selling of Cultures’ in Robin Anderson and Jonathan Gray eds., Battleground: the Media (2 Vold) vol 2 Westport: Greenwood Press: 513-519. ISBN 978-0-313-34169-4.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Martin Heidegger Goes to the Movies’ in David Held and Henrietta Moore eds., Cultural Politics in a Global Age: Uncertainty, Solidarity and Innovation, Oxford: One World 112-120. ISBN: 978-1-85168-550-9.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Deathening Silence: The Terms of (Non) Political Commentary’ Basu, D and Lamelle S Eds The Vinyl Ain’t Final: Hip-hop and the Globalisation of Black Popular Culture London: Pluto Press. ISBN 978-0745319407.
  • John Hutnyk ‘The Dialectics of Here and There: British Asian Communism’ in Ali, Kalra and Sayyid (Eds) A Postcolonial People, London: Hurst. ISBN 1850657963.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Calcutta’ in Vinay Lal and Ashis Nandy eds The Future of Knowledge and Culture New Delhi: Penguin pp 20-25. ISBN 0670058130.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Musik für Euro-Maoisten: Über die richtige Behandlung der Widersprüche bei Pop-stars’ in Kunstwerk und Kritik, Jour Fixe Initiative Berling (hg), Munster: Unrast-Verlag pp 111-143.  ISBN13: 9783897714212.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Capital Calcutta: Coins, Maps, Monuments, Souvenirs and Tourism’ in Bell, D and Haddour, A (eds) City Visions, Longman, Chapter 3. ISBN 0582327415.
  • John Hutnyk ‘The Right to Difference is a Fundamental Human Right: Against the Motion’ contribution to GDAT debate No 10, with Corry, S, Jean-Klein, I, Wilson, R, ed Wade, P. The Right to Difference is a Fundamental Human Right University of Manchester, pp40-52. ISBN 0-9527837-3-8. Reprinted in Left Curve No 23, 2001.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Semifeudal Cybercolonialism: Technocratic Dreamtime in Malaysia’ in Bosma, J et al (eds.) Readme! Filtered by Nettime: Ascii Culture and the Revenge of Knowledge, New York: Autonomedia,. pp 315-321. ISBN 9781570270895.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Magical Mystical Tourism’ in Raminder Kaur and John Hutnyk (eds) Travel Worlds: Journeys in Contemporary Cultural Politics London, Zed books pp 94-119. ISBN 1856495620.
  • John Hutnyk and Raminder Kaur 1999. ‘Introduction’ in Raminder Kaur and John Hutnyk (eds) Travel Worlds: Journeys in Contemporary Cultural Politics London, Zed books pp 1-13. ISBN 1856495620.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Argonauts of Western Pessimism: Clifford’s Malinowski’ in Steve Clarke (ed) Travel Writing and Empire: Postcolonial Theory in Transit, London: Zed books pp 45-62. ISBN 1856496287.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Adorno at Womad: South Asian Crossovers and the Limits of Hybridity-talk’ forthcoming in Werbner, P and Modood, T. (eds.) Debating Cultural Hybridity: Multi-Cultural Identities and the Politics of Anti-Racism, London, Zed books, pp 106-136. ISBN 1856494241.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Repetitive Beatings or Criminal Justice?’ in Sanjay Sharma, John Hutnyk and Ashwani Sharma (eds) Dis-orienting Rhythms: The Politics of the New Asian Dance Music Zed Books, London, pp 156-189. ISBN 1856494705.
  • John Hutnyk, Virinder Kalra and Sanjay Sharma 1996. ‘Re-Sounding (Anti)Racism, or Concordant Politics? Revolutionary Antecedents’ in Sanjay Sharma, John Hutnyk and Ashwani Sharma (eds) Dis-orienting Rhythms: The Politics of the New Asian Dance Music Zed Books, London. pp 127-155. ISBN 1856494705.
  • John Hutnyk, Sanjay Sharma and Ashwani Sharma 1996. ‘Introduction’ in Sanjay Sharma, John Hutnyk and Ashwani Sharma (eds) Dis-orienting Rhythms: The Politics of the New Asian Dance Music Zed Books, London, pp 1-14. ISBN 1856494705.
  • John Hutnyk, Scott McQuire and Nikos Papastergiadis ‘Strategy, Identity, Writing: An interview with Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak’, in Sarah Harasym (ed), The Post-Colonial Critic, (USA) Routledge, New York, pp 35-49. ISBN 0415901707.

 

  • Other publications, shorter and review essays, conference publications, not refereed.
  • John Hutnyk (Catalogue essay) ‘Sokari Douglas Camp’ in Steel Sculptures – Sokari Douglas Camp, London: Douglas Camp Pubs.
  • John Hutnyk (Magazine article) ‘The politics of Cats’ in Stimulus Respond – e-journal – http://www.stimulusrespond.com. ISSN 1746-8086.
  • John Hutnyk 2005 (journal report) ‘Show Neon Fashion’ – Left Curve ‘Publicity’ section article. Volume 29: 106-107. (California). ISSN 0160-1857.
  • John Hutnyk (Magazine article, with Virinder Kalra), ‘Postcolonial London’ Seminar, (India).
  • John Hutnyk (journal article in translation) ‘Dog-Tribe’ – Swedish translation of a chapter from Critique of Exotica in Glanta 3. 2001.
  • John Hutnyk (web E-Journal article) ‘Culture Move: On Asian Dub Foundation’ in Ghadar: the Forum of Indian Leftists 4(1), May 1 2000 www.proxsa.org/resources/ghadar/v4n1/edit.html.
  • John Hutnyk ‘Complicity’ catalogue essay for ‘Assembly’ RCA/Goldsmiths.
  • John Hutnyk (web E-journal article, with Anna Har) ‘Languid, tropical, monsoonal time?: net-activism and hype in the context of South East Asian politics’ in SASKI No. 6. http://www.saksi.com/jul99/huynyk.htm.
  • John Hutnyk (occasional paper) ‘derrida@marx.archive’ Manchester Papers in Social Anthropology No 6, 49pages.
  • John Hutnyk (Web E-Journal) Review of Bill Martin Humanism and its Aftermath: The Shared Fate of Deconstruction and Politics New Jersey, Humanities Press 1995 in Sociological Research Online 1(4) www.socresonline.org.uk/1/4/hutnyk.html.
  • John Hutnyk (conference publication) ‘Technological Dreamtime: the advanced technology park for Redfern’ in Postmodern Cities University of Sydney Department of Architecture and Urban Design.
  • John Hutnyk 1993 (conference publication). ‘Photogenic Calcutta’ in Postmodern Cities, University of Sydney Department of Architecture and Urban Design.
  • John Hutnyk (conference publication) ‘Value for Money: Giving the $ign to the Bourgeoisie’ IIR Higher Education Summit, Sydney, Australia.
  • John Hutnyk (conference papers) ‘Introductory Essay’ The Consuming Subjects of Education La Trobe.

Plus 500+ small magazine and Zine items, blog articles, and newspaper pieces.

 

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