Mica Nava

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Professor Emeritus, Cultural Studies
School of Arts & Digital Industries
University of East London
E-mail: m.nava@eme.uel.ac.uk
Page: http://uel.ac.uk/adi/staff/micanava/

Fields of interest

20th century metropolitan, intellectual, artistic, commercial and political cultures;
modernity;
feminism;
consumption;
cosmopolitanism;
race and difference. 

 

Recent Publications

Mica Nava
Los Usos de Todo Lo Solido: Modernidad, Consumo y Cosmopolitismo
La Modernidad y Sus Paradojas, eds Francisco Carballo and Jorge Brenna Becerril, Mexico: Universidad Autonomo Metropolitana-Xochimilco and Barcelona: Anthropos, 2012.

Mica Nava
Notes on Cultural Studies, History and Cosmopolitanism in UK,
Current Issues in European Cultural Studies, Advanced Cultural Studies Insitute of Sweden, 2011.

Mica Nava
Frank Mort, Capital Affairs: London and the Making of the Permissive Society
Social History Vol. 36 No. 3 August, 2011.

Mica Nava
Domestic Cosmopolitanism and Structures of Feeling: The Specificity of London,
English and Portuguese (as ‘Cosmopolitismo Doméstico e Estruturas Afetivas: a Especificidade de Londres’, Tradução Fábio Abreu de Queiroz) in V!RUS, São Carlos, n.4, dez., 2011

Mica Nava
Cosmopolitan Modernity: Everyday Imaginaries and the Register of Difference,
Cultural Theory Volume 3, ed. David Oswell, London: Sage (pp 269-286), 2007.

Mica Nava
Cosmopolitan Modernity: Everyday Imaginaries and the Register of Difference
Cosmopolitanism: Critical Concepts in Sociology eds Gerard Delanty and David Inglis, London: Routledge, 2010.

Mica Nava
Visceral Cosmopolitanism: Gender, Culture and the Normalisation of Difference,
Oxford: Berg, 2007.

Mica Nava
The Unconscious and Others: Rescue, Inclusivity and the Eroticisation of Difference in 1930s Vienna,
Culture and the Unconscious, eds. Caroline Bainbridge, Susannah Radstone, Michael Rustin and Candida Yates, London: Palgrave, 2007.

Mica Nava
Thinking Internationally: Gender and Racial Others in Postwar Britain,
Third Text No 83, Issue 6 Vol. 2, 2006.

Mica Nava
Domestic Cosmopolitanism and Structures of Feeling: the specificity of London’,
The Situated Politics of Belonging, eds. Nira Yuval-Davis, Kalpana Kannabiran and Ulrike M. Vieten, London: Sage, 2006.