Tag: exotica

Letter to Jane

john hutnyk , September 27th, 2022

Lecture on Jean-luc Godard’s film “Letter to Jane” – much to discuss at TDTU.


Soapbox: on slips and trips.

john hutnyk , December 6th, 2021

In the business of selling cultures for quids, and other random translations Once upon a long ago, there was a time when I was more rebelliously young, and…


Trinkets in Defoe

john hutnyk , August 2nd, 2020

Reading Eugenia Zuroski Jenkins’ 2013 book A Taste for China: English Subjectivity and the Prehistory of Orientalism (Global Asias), Oxford: Oxford University Press, and seeing after Robinson, D…


Hybridity in music – for Cello.

john hutnyk , June 21st, 2020

This was a surprise, at the least: Solo Cello String Ensemble (4-4-4-3-2) c. 25 minutes https://escholarship.org/uc/item/5c04v6g3     “Clifford uses the word to describe ‘a discourse that is…


1988 fieldwork with Patrick Swayze.

john hutnyk , April 25th, 2020

  Full story here: The Rumour of Calcutta


Metro hoarding. HCMC.

Mela- Alexander

john hutnyk , August 31st, 2018

An article just appeared on mela which I had not seen when writing about mela films in Global South Asia on screen, but it looks pretty much on…


Critique of Marxist Musicology (lack in the Blak, Politics in the Lyrics, ears in the fears, bound to sound…)

john hutnyk , April 24th, 2018

Just catching up with critical appreciations. This: jazeel2005


Opening books

john hutnyk , November 27th, 2017

Good to be on the same page as Steve Redhead. Thanks Tara Brabazon, from her book “The University of Google: Education in the (Post) Information Age” By Tara…


Orientalism for kids – again

john hutnyk , September 18th, 2016

Am gearing up for another round of kiddy tv and hoping there are new programmes since the mind worms of Iggle Piggle and Peppa Pig did their damage. This…


Yale radio project latest

john hutnyk , April 23rd, 2016

Just in: “This week Ellen Carey talks about her beautiful and ground breaking work, and Rob Green articulates the downfall of the art economy and closing of his…