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The Resource There is a gunman on campus : tragedy and terror at Virginia Tech, Ben Agger and Timothy W. Luke, (electronic resource)

There is a gunman on campus : tragedy and terror at Virginia Tech, Ben Agger and Timothy W. Luke, (electronic resource)

Label
There is a gunman on campus : tragedy and terror at Virginia Tech
Title
There is a gunman on campus
Title remainder
tragedy and terror at Virginia Tech
Statement of responsibility
Ben Agger and Timothy W. Luke
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
  • There is a Gunman on Campus brings our thoughts back to the shocking campus shootings and the public reactions to the event, shining light on what occurred at the university, how American society reacted, and how it all fits into contemporary culture. --from publisher description
  • There is a Gunman on Campus brings our thoughts back to the shocking campus shootings and the public reactions to the event, shining light on what occurred at the university, how American society reacted, and how it all fits into contemporary culture. --from publisher description
  • There is a Gunman on Campus brings our thoughts back to the shocking campus shootings and the public reactions to the event, shining light on what occurred at the university, how American society reacted, and how it all fits into contemporary culture. --from publisher description
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
364.152/309755785
LC call number
HV6534.B53
LC item number
T44 2008
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Agger, Ben
  • Luke, Timothy W
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Cho, Seung-Hui
  • Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
  • Virginia Tech Shootings, Blacksburg, Va., 2007
  • School shootings
  • Campus violence
  • Cho, Seung-Hui
  • Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
  • Virginia Tech Shootings (Blacksburg, Virginia, 2007)
  • Campus violence
  • School shootings
  • Students
  • Virginia
Label
There is a gunman on campus : tragedy and terror at Virginia Tech, Ben Agger and Timothy W. Luke, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • "Victims sought in next week's shooting"
  • William Ayers
  • "We are all Seung-Hui Cho!" : American social psychosis and the Virginia Tech killings
  • Stephen Pfohl
  • Satire, guns, and humans : lessons from the Nacirema
  • Steve Kroll-Smith, Gwen Hunnicutt
  • S/he's lost control? : damaging a body of knowledge
  • Tara Brabazon
  • When rhetoric fails : the heroic teacher and the basic communications course
  • Matthew Levy
  • April 16, 2007, at Virginia Tech, To : multiple recipients : "a gunman is loose on campus ..."
  • There is an unknown on campus : from normative to performative violence in academia
  • Patricia Mooney Nickel
  • The April 16 archive : collecting and preserving memories of the Virginia Tech tragedy
  • Brent K. Jesiek, Jeremy Hunsinger
  • Colonization and massacres : Virginia Tech, Jamestown, Korea, and Iraq
  • Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz
  • All the rage : digital bodies and deadly play in the age of the suicide bomber
  • Carolyn Guertin
  • Is Virginia Tech an exception?
  • Stanley Aronowitz
  • Timothy W. Luke
  • Baudrillard (1929-2007) & Mao : a history of normal violence
  • Charles Lemert
  • Cho, not Che? : positioning Blacksburg in the political
  • Ben Agger
  • Media spectacle and the "massacre at Virginia Tech"
  • Douglas Kellner
  • Mediated ritual on academic ground
  • Neal King
  • Profiling school shooters and shooters' schools : the cultural contexts of aggrieved entitlement and restorative masculinity
  • Michael Kimmel
  • "Victims sought in next week's shooting"
  • William Ayers
  • "We are all Seung-Hui Cho!" : American social psychosis and the Virginia Tech killings
  • Stephen Pfohl
  • Satire, guns, and humans : lessons from the Nacirema
  • Steve Kroll-Smith, Gwen Hunnicutt
  • S/he's lost control? : damaging a body of knowledge
  • Tara Brabazon
  • When rhetoric fails : the heroic teacher and the basic communications course
  • Matthew Levy
  • April 16, 2007, at Virginia Tech, To : multiple recipients : "a gunman is loose on campus ..."
  • There is an unknown on campus : from normative to performative violence in academia
  • Patricia Mooney Nickel
  • The April 16 archive : collecting and preserving memories of the Virginia Tech tragedy
  • Brent K. Jesiek, Jeremy Hunsinger
  • Colonization and massacres : Virginia Tech, Jamestown, Korea, and Iraq
  • Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz
  • All the rage : digital bodies and deadly play in the age of the suicide bomber
  • Carolyn Guertin
  • Is Virginia Tech an exception?
  • Stanley Aronowitz
  • Timothy W. Luke
  • Baudrillard (1929-2007) & Mao : a history of normal violence
  • Charles Lemert
  • Cho, not Che? : positioning Blacksburg in the political
  • Ben Agger
  • Media spectacle and the "massacre at Virginia Tech"
  • Douglas Kellner
  • Mediated ritual on academic ground
  • Neal King
  • Profiling school shooters and shooters' schools : the cultural contexts of aggrieved entitlement and restorative masculinity
  • Michael Kimmel
  • "Victims sought in next week's shooting"
  • William Ayers
  • "We are all Seung-Hui Cho!" : American social psychosis and the Virginia Tech killings
  • Stephen Pfohl
  • Satire, guns, and humans : lessons from the Nacirema
  • Steve Kroll-Smith, Gwen Hunnicutt
  • S/he's lost control? : damaging a body of knowledge
  • Tara Brabazon
  • When rhetoric fails : the heroic teacher and the basic communications course
  • Matthew Levy
  • April 16, 2007, at Virginia Tech, To : multiple recipients : "a gunman is loose on campus ..."
  • There is an unknown on campus : from normative to performative violence in academia
  • Patricia Mooney Nickel
  • The April 16 archive : collecting and preserving memories of the Virginia Tech tragedy
  • Brent K. Jesiek, Jeremy Hunsinger
  • Colonization and massacres : Virginia Tech, Jamestown, Korea, and Iraq
  • Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz
  • All the rage : digital bodies and deadly play in the age of the suicide bomber
  • Carolyn Guertin
  • Is Virginia Tech an exception?
  • Stanley Aronowitz
  • Timothy W. Luke
  • Baudrillard (1929-2007) & Mao : a history of normal violence
  • Charles Lemert
  • Cho, not Che? : positioning Blacksburg in the political
  • Ben Agger
  • Media spectacle and the "massacre at Virginia Tech"
  • Douglas Kellner
  • Mediated ritual on academic ground
  • Neal King
  • Profiling school shooters and shooters' schools : the cultural contexts of aggrieved entitlement and restorative masculinity
  • Michael Kimmel
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000985147
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9780742561298
Isbn Type
(cloth : alk. paper)
Lccn
2007050907
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000985147
Label
There is a gunman on campus : tragedy and terror at Virginia Tech, Ben Agger and Timothy W. Luke, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • "Victims sought in next week's shooting"
  • William Ayers
  • "We are all Seung-Hui Cho!" : American social psychosis and the Virginia Tech killings
  • Stephen Pfohl
  • Satire, guns, and humans : lessons from the Nacirema
  • Steve Kroll-Smith, Gwen Hunnicutt
  • S/he's lost control? : damaging a body of knowledge
  • Tara Brabazon
  • When rhetoric fails : the heroic teacher and the basic communications course
  • Matthew Levy
  • April 16, 2007, at Virginia Tech, To : multiple recipients : "a gunman is loose on campus ..."
  • There is an unknown on campus : from normative to performative violence in academia
  • Patricia Mooney Nickel
  • The April 16 archive : collecting and preserving memories of the Virginia Tech tragedy
  • Brent K. Jesiek, Jeremy Hunsinger
  • Colonization and massacres : Virginia Tech, Jamestown, Korea, and Iraq
  • Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz
  • All the rage : digital bodies and deadly play in the age of the suicide bomber
  • Carolyn Guertin
  • Is Virginia Tech an exception?
  • Stanley Aronowitz
  • Timothy W. Luke
  • Baudrillard (1929-2007) & Mao : a history of normal violence
  • Charles Lemert
  • Cho, not Che? : positioning Blacksburg in the political
  • Ben Agger
  • Media spectacle and the "massacre at Virginia Tech"
  • Douglas Kellner
  • Mediated ritual on academic ground
  • Neal King
  • Profiling school shooters and shooters' schools : the cultural contexts of aggrieved entitlement and restorative masculinity
  • Michael Kimmel
  • "Victims sought in next week's shooting"
  • William Ayers
  • "We are all Seung-Hui Cho!" : American social psychosis and the Virginia Tech killings
  • Stephen Pfohl
  • Satire, guns, and humans : lessons from the Nacirema
  • Steve Kroll-Smith, Gwen Hunnicutt
  • S/he's lost control? : damaging a body of knowledge
  • Tara Brabazon
  • When rhetoric fails : the heroic teacher and the basic communications course
  • Matthew Levy
  • April 16, 2007, at Virginia Tech, To : multiple recipients : "a gunman is loose on campus ..."
  • There is an unknown on campus : from normative to performative violence in academia
  • Patricia Mooney Nickel
  • The April 16 archive : collecting and preserving memories of the Virginia Tech tragedy
  • Brent K. Jesiek, Jeremy Hunsinger
  • Colonization and massacres : Virginia Tech, Jamestown, Korea, and Iraq
  • Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz
  • All the rage : digital bodies and deadly play in the age of the suicide bomber
  • Carolyn Guertin
  • Is Virginia Tech an exception?
  • Stanley Aronowitz
  • Timothy W. Luke
  • Baudrillard (1929-2007) & Mao : a history of normal violence
  • Charles Lemert
  • Cho, not Che? : positioning Blacksburg in the political
  • Ben Agger
  • Media spectacle and the "massacre at Virginia Tech"
  • Douglas Kellner
  • Mediated ritual on academic ground
  • Neal King
  • Profiling school shooters and shooters' schools : the cultural contexts of aggrieved entitlement and restorative masculinity
  • Michael Kimmel
  • "Victims sought in next week's shooting"
  • William Ayers
  • "We are all Seung-Hui Cho!" : American social psychosis and the Virginia Tech killings
  • Stephen Pfohl
  • Satire, guns, and humans : lessons from the Nacirema
  • Steve Kroll-Smith, Gwen Hunnicutt
  • S/he's lost control? : damaging a body of knowledge
  • Tara Brabazon
  • When rhetoric fails : the heroic teacher and the basic communications course
  • Matthew Levy
  • April 16, 2007, at Virginia Tech, To : multiple recipients : "a gunman is loose on campus ..."
  • There is an unknown on campus : from normative to performative violence in academia
  • Patricia Mooney Nickel
  • The April 16 archive : collecting and preserving memories of the Virginia Tech tragedy
  • Brent K. Jesiek, Jeremy Hunsinger
  • Colonization and massacres : Virginia Tech, Jamestown, Korea, and Iraq
  • Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz
  • All the rage : digital bodies and deadly play in the age of the suicide bomber
  • Carolyn Guertin
  • Is Virginia Tech an exception?
  • Stanley Aronowitz
  • Timothy W. Luke
  • Baudrillard (1929-2007) & Mao : a history of normal violence
  • Charles Lemert
  • Cho, not Che? : positioning Blacksburg in the political
  • Ben Agger
  • Media spectacle and the "massacre at Virginia Tech"
  • Douglas Kellner
  • Mediated ritual on academic ground
  • Neal King
  • Profiling school shooters and shooters' schools : the cultural contexts of aggrieved entitlement and restorative masculinity
  • Michael Kimmel
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000985147
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9780742561298
Isbn Type
(cloth : alk. paper)
Lccn
2007050907
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0000985147

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