Global Nature, Global Culture

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Sarah Franklin, Celia Lury & Jackie Stacey

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    Dedication

    This book is dedicated to our mothers: Susan Franklin, Toni Lury and Daphne Stacey.

    List of Figures

    • 1.1 Bijan's DNA perfume bottle and packaging 24
    • 1.2 The blue planet 27
    • 1.3 Astronaut in space 29
    • 1.4 Third World First's ‘Shared Planet’ poster 31
    • 1.5 The blue planet over the moon's horizon 32
    • 1.6 Nilsson's famous foetus 34
    • 1.7 The foetus ‘floating in space’ 35
    • 1.8 Cell division in embryo development 39
    • 2.1 Haeckel's genealogical tree 48
    • 2.2 Darwin's genealogical tree 49
    • 2.3The Humble Bee book cover 51
    • 2.4 Gesner's fossil objects 55
    • 2.5 Cuvier's fossil beast 58
    • 2.6 Lockheed Martin's weather prediction advertisement 63
    • 2.7 Newbridge's network provider advertisement 64
    • 2.8 Sun Microsystems' computer products advertisement 65
    • 3.1 Bijan's DNA perfume advertisement 71
    • 3.2 Wolff Olins' images of sheep to rebrand Britain 77
    • 3.3Seeds of Change book cover 80
    • 3.4 Kew Gardens' Millennium Seed Bank Appeal leaflet 81
    • 3.5 Kew Gardens' Millennium Seed Bank Appeal leaflet 82
    • 3.6 Kew Gardens' Millennium Seed Bank Appeal leaflet 83
    • 3.7 Heirloom-variety potatoes 84
    • 3.8 Cover of The Economist with Dolly the sheep 89
    • 4.1 Promega catalogue cover 100
    • 4.2 British Airways tailfin 101
    • 4.3 British Airways lunch-boxes 102
    • 4.4 British Airways lunch-boxes 102
    • 4.5 Costa Cookies 103
    • 4.6The Body Shop Book, ‘map of the face’ 106
    • 4.7The Body Shop Book, ‘recipe for longevity’ 108
    • 4.8The Body Shop Book, Himba women's hair rituals 109
    • 4.9The Body Shop Book, tea tree 110
    • 4.10The Body Shop Book, blue corn 111
    • 4.11 Diagram of the continuum of natural systems 130
    • 4.12 ‘Shared Planet’ conference poster 135
    • 5.1 ‘One world, one store’ Benetton advertisement
    • 5.2 Young people dancing (Benetton brochure)
    • 5.3 Jumper of many colours (Benetton brochure)
    • 5.4 Swimsuits (Benetton brochure)
    • 5.5 Tights (Benetton brochure)
    • 5.6 Fabrica advertisement
    • 5.7 ‘So, what is the difference?’ (Colors magazine)
    • 5.8 ‘Nothing’ (Colors magazine)
    • 5.9 Changing races (Colors magazine)
    • 5.10 ‘Black’ Queen Elizabeth II (Colors magazine)
    • 5.11 ‘White’ Spike Lee (Colors magazine)
    • 5.12 ‘White’ Michael Jackson (Colors magazine)
    • 5.13 Race and sex (Benetton brochure)
    • 5.14 Naked Neck chicken (Colors magazine)
    • 5.15 New countries (Colors magazine)
    • 5.16 Kalashnikov rifle Benetton advertisement
    • 5.17 Pepsi-Cola and Coca-Cola (Colors magazine)
    • 5.18 Pirelli and Goodyear (Colors magazine)
    • 5.19 Sony and Philips (Colors magazine)
    • 6.1Newsweek's ‘Here Come the DNAsaurs’ 199
    • 6.2 Puppet animation technology 203
    • 6.3The Making of Jurassic Park book cover 208
    • 6.4 American Museum of Natural History publicity 211
    • 6.5 Leaflet for Carnegie Collection 214

    Acknowledgements

    The idea for this book emerged out of a number of intersecting research and reading groups at Lancaster University and subsequently developed over the course of several years at various other institutions. We would like to thank members of the Department of Sociology, the Institute for Women's Studies and the Institute for Cultural Research at Lancaster University for supporting this project and contributing so significantly to its trajectory. We are indebted to all those who participated in the ‘Globalisation and Cultural Change’ group 1992–5, especially Deirdre Boden, Mick Dillon, Paul Heelas, Scott Lash, Greg Myers, Colin Pooley, John Urry and Brian Wynne, and to the numerous colleagues in Women's Studies with whom many of these ideas were discussed, particularly Susan Condor, Lynne Pearce, Beverly Skeggs and Alison Young. Sarah is grateful to colleagues at the University of California, Santa Cruz, particularly Jim Clifford and Donna Haraway, for providing a forum to discuss many of the issues in this volume, and for contributing valuable insights to the arguments offered here. Celia would like to thank her new colleagues at Goldsmiths College, especially Les Back and Paul Gilroy, for insightful discussions of the themes of the book.

    We are extremely grateful to Lisa Cartwright for her careful reading and incisive comments on the manuscript. Mike Featherstone's commentary significantly helped to reshape the final product. We would also like to thank Debra Ferreday and Judith Wester for their hard work obtaining permission for the visuals reproduced in this book, Fiona Summers for work on the final manuscript, and the Lancaster Sociology Department for financial support. The Lancaster University Photographic Unit was of valuable assistance in preparing the photographs used in this book. Finally, we are grateful to Karen Phillips, Rosie Maynard and Rosemary Campbell at Sage for their patience during the lengthy time it took to bring this text to print, and to Justin Dyer for his enthusiastic precision in copy editing the manuscript.

    We are extremely grateful to the following individuals, companies and organisations for generously granting permission to reproduce the visuals in this book:

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