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Heather Blakey

Heather Blakey

Heather Blakey is a PhD candidate at the University of Western Australia, researching affect and aesthetics in video games and digital communication. She is a strategic communications professional specialising in the publishing and writing industry and has worked for academic and commercial brands in Australia and the United Kingdom.

Heather Blakey reviews 'Everything, All the Time, Everywhere: How we became postmodern' by Stuart Jeffries

April 2022, no. 441 23 March 2022
In Everything, All the Time, Everywhere: How we became post-modern, journalist and author Stuart Jeffries explores two hypotheses: that ‘post-modernism originated under the star of neoliberalism’; and that the twin forces of economic neoliberalism and cultural postmodernism combined to shift identities in the global West from citizen to consumer. Jeffries offers a compelling frame through whic ... (read more)