The third volume of Cultural Analysis focuses on new lines of thinking about copies, reproduction, and seriality. It features articles on serial killers, musical covers, and cultural appropriation, and also contains two discussion pieces—by Hillel Schwartz and Diarmuid Ó Giolláin—theorizing the general theme of the volume and further expanding the substantive discussion begun in the articles.
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