Cultural imaginings and climate change - has the time for critical regionalism finally arrived?

Angelina Russo

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Abstract

While modernism has proven itself to be remarkably durable, its antithesis, “postmodernism” may well have come to an abrupt end on Friday 13th March 2020. Jencks describes a postmodern world as one that has moved from having “…bounded, national cultural cultures to one that has city-based identity, and at the same time, part of the well-publicised “world village” (p 5). Postmodernism created new types of citizens with the ability to travel broadly, mix freely with other cultures and stay connected through new media, all of which “collapsed the usual space and time boundaries” (ibid p16).
Original languageEnglish
No.2
Specialist publicationAIB Review
PublisherAustralian Institute of Business
Publication statusPublished - 20 Aug 2020

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