Rectanus, Mark

Rectanus, Mark is Professor of German at Iowa State University, where he teaches “German Film and Media Studies”, “Technology, Globalization, and Culture”, and courses on contemporary culture. He is the author of several books and numerous articles on the literary marketplace, publishing, and media. Prof. Rectanus also conducts research on museums, corporate sponsorships, and event culture in Europe and the USA.

His most recent book is Culture Incorporated: Museums, Artists, and Corporate Sponsorships (Univ. Minnesota Press, 2002). Recent articles include: “Globalization: Incorporating the Museum”, Blackwell Companion to Museum Studies. Ed. Sharon J. Macdonald, Blackwell (2006); “Informationsgesellschaft und Kulturgesellschaft: Wissenschaftliche Kommunikation und Universitätsverlage in den USA”, Das Buch in der Informationsgesellschaft, Harrassowitz 6 (2006); “The Politics of Multicultural Promotion” (New German Critique 92 (2004); “Populism, Performance, and Postmodern Aesthetics: Christoph Schlingensief’s Politics of Social Intervention.” Gegenwartsliteratur 3 (2004); “Editing as Intervention in Social Space.” Performance Research: On Editing. 7: 1 (2002).


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