MCSWEENEY'S QUARTERLY SUBSCRIPTIONS
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the Cosby Codex
James Fleming’s Cosby Codex represents an attempt to offer the definitive theoretical reading of The Cosby Show, a foundational text in Late Postmodern Western Culture, or a multicultural, post-cognitive text par-excellence. He is a PhD student in Central Florida, where he resides with a very patient wife and ever-loyal dog.
January 19, 2011Selections From the Cosby Codex: Selection 6: Interlude: The Trauma of “The Dentist,” New Perspectives, and Something of a Manifesto of Cosby Studies
January 3, 2011Selections From the Cosby Codex: Selection 5: On “The Dentist,” The Satanic Agency of Dr. Burns, Dr. Burns as Postmodern Renaissance Man, Worshipping the Clinic and Rudy’s Hetero-Ontological Superconciousness, Part One
December 6, 2010Selections From the Cosby Codex: Selection 4: Viewing The Cosby Show Between (and Through) the Textual Gaps or Why is there Only One Television in the Huxtable Household?
November 15, 2010Selections From the Cosby Codex: Selection 3: Seven Ways of Theorizing Theo Huxtable
October 27, 2010Selections From the Cosby Codex: Selection 2: Cliff Huxtable and His Problems, or The Superb Otherness of Cliff Huxtable
October 11, 2010Selections From the Cosby Codex: Selection 1: Ontological Ruptures and Worlds Under Erasure: The Cosby Show as Postmodern Narrative