Andrew Calcutt

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Andrew Calcutt is an academic associated with the libertarian and anti environmental LM network, having been News, then Culture Editor for Living Marxism, [1], Commissioning Editor for Channel Cyberia, written for Spiked[2] and Culture Wars, taken part in Debating Matters, Institute of Ideas and Salon events and been employed as a tour guide trainer by WORLDwrite. He is the editor of Rising East.

Andrew Calcutt was a journalist for 25 years before he became an academic. As a journalist, he worked in print (Arena, Esquire, Living Marxism/LM, the Modern Review), in broadcasting (Clarke TV for Channel4), and online (commissioning editor, Channel Cyberia for MSN). He studied Drama and Classics at the University of Bristol (1973-1976).


Publications, Resources, Notes

Publications

1989-1994

  • Andrew Calcutt and Kenan Malik '"Nigger-hunting" in Liverpool 8', Living Marxism, No. 3 - January 1989, p. 11.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'A pen against oppression', Living Marxism, No. 6 - April 1989, p. 40.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'Equal Pay Act on trial', Living Marxism, No. 9 - July 1989, p. 31.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'Death on the dole', Living Marxism, No. 13 - November 1989, p. 16.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'More CND, vicar?', Living Marxism, No. 15 - January 1990, p. 32.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'Clark contrast', Living Marxism, No. 15 - January 1990, p. 38.
  • Andrew Calcutt, Manjit Singh and Alka Singh, 'Monster hits', Living Marxism, No. 15 - January 1990, p. 40.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'When Dracula dined with the Queen', Living Marxism, No. 16 - February 1990, p. 8.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'Tale of two cities', Living Marxism, No. 16 - February 1990, p. 24.
  • Andrew Calcutt and Jane Wilde, 'Taxi drivers on mean streets', Living Marxism, No. 17 - March 1990, p. 14.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'New Realism and novel realities', Living Marxism, No. 17 - March 1990, p. 42.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'Dirty Don Giovanni', Living Marxism, No. 18 - April 1990, p. 40.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'Hard times on the high street', Living Marxism, No. 18 - April 1990, p. 44.
  • Andrew Calcutt and Simon Norfolk, 'Making a living in the past', Living Marxism, No. 19 - May 1990, p. 38.
  • Andrew Calcutt and Jez Mitchell, 'What's so marvelous about Manchester?', Living Marxism, No. 19 - May 1990, p. 42.
  • Andrew Calcutt and Sean Thomas, 'Not-so-great expectations', Living Marxism, No. 19 - May 1990, p. 47.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'The Ealing cottage murders', Living Marxism, No. 20 - June 1990, p. 40.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'Police and press run riot', Living Marxism, No. 21 - July 1990, p. 24.
  • Alan Harding, John Gibson, Manjit Singh, Daniel Nassim, Rob Knight and Andrew Calcutt, 'Marxist Review of Books', Living Marxism, No. 21 - July 1990, p. 47-50.
  • Andrew Calcutt, '1956 and all that', Living Marxism, No. 22 - August 1990, p. 35.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'What went wrong in Liverpool', Living Marxism, No. 23 - September 1990, p. 22.
  • Andrew Calcutt and Alex Campbell, 'Danger and death on another oilfield', Living Marxism, No. 24 - October 1990, p. 33.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'Can beneficial insects save Britain's Industry?', Living Marxism, No. 32 - June 1991, p. 34.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'CPGB congress', Living Marxism, January 1992, No. 39.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'Charter 88 conference', Living Marxism, January 1992, No. 39.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'Kurds and Codes in Hackney', Living Marxism, No. 41 - March 1992, p. 23.
  • Andrew Calcutt, 'Posh accents', Living Marxism, No. 41 - March.

1995-1999

  • 'Computer Porn Panic: fear and control in cyberspace', Futures, 1995
  • Andrew Calcutt Arrested development: pop culture and the erosion of adulthood London: Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd. (2 April 1998)ISBN-10: 0304339555 ISBN-13: 978-0304339556
  • BritCult: an A-Z of pop culture in Britain (1999)
  • Cult Fiction (1998)
  • 'Democracy under Threat' in Hugh Stephenson and Michael Bromley (eds), Sex, Lies and Democracy (1998)
  • Diana: the iconography of victimhood (1999)
  • White Noise: contradictions in cyberculture (1998)

2000-2004

2005-2009

  • Creative Britain: the role of culture in the re-mediation of social relations (2005)

2010-2014

Resources

Profile Andrew Calcutt University of East London


Notes

  1. "Speaker details", Battle of Ideas website, accessed 2 May 2010
  2. "Thank Evans for Harry", Spiked website, accessed 2 May 2010