State of the Art of the State of the…Questions from the Real for Feldman’s Archives of the Insensible

Jonathan Beller

Archives of the Insensible is a book I will turn to again and again, for insight, inspiration, aspiration, a model of indefatiguable critique, and well, just to finish the damn thing. I’ve been reading Allen’s work for a long time … Continue reading “State of the Art of the State of the…Questions from the Real for Feldman’s Archives of the Insensible

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After/Shock: a Haitian American Historian, the Politics of Aid and Pan Americanism after Haiti's Earthquake

millery polyne

I have been reading my page proofs for more than a week now. In a few short months my book, From Douglass to Duvalier: US African Americans, Haiti and Pan Americanism, 1870-1964, which examines diplomatic, commercial, cultural relations between the … Continue reading “After/Shock: a Haitian American Historian, the Politics of Aid and Pan Americanism after Haiti's Earthquake”

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CFP: Movement Politics

Michael Ralph

This special issue of Social Text will examine discourses of physical debility and social mobility in concert with social movement politics, broadly construed.  The broader rubric of disability is an especially apt lens through which to launch a political agenda, … Continue reading “CFP: Movement Politics”

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