This is hilarious.
Just as we can laugh at the architectural nonsense of Zaha Hadid, we can also laugh at the underlying nonsense of the academic world in general. I was reading an interesting article about Alan Sokel, who submitted an article of absolute nonsense to a "prestigious" literary journal-who accepted it.
So now, you can generate your own literary journal research:
My first "work" suitable for peer review in postmodernist intellectual world:
The Reality of Economy: The postcapitalist paradigm of narrative and precultural Marxism
Henry C. P. Prinn
Department of Gender Politics, University of California, Berkeley
1. Smith and cultural narrative
The characteristic theme of Hanfkopf's essay on the postcapitalist paradigm of narrative is a subcapitalist paradox. In Mallrats, Smith examines Baudrillardist simulation; in Dogma, although, he analyses precultural Marxism. Thus, Wilson holds that we have to choose between the postcapitalist paradigm of narrative and postcultural discourse.