restricted access   Volume 6, Number 1, September 1995

Table of Contents

From: Postmodern Culture

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"Just Like Eddie" or as far as a boy can go: Vedder, Barthes, and Handke Dismember Mama

Nietzsche/Derrida, Blanchot/Beckett: Fragmentary Progressions of the Unnamable

Nietzsche at the Altar: Situating the Devotee

Memory and Oulipian Constraints

'Junk' and the Other: Burroughs and Levinas on Drugs

Facing Pages: On Response, a Response to Steven Helmling

Plunder Squad

Popular Culture Column

Outrageous Dieting: The Camp Performance of Richard Simmons


Have Theory; Will Travel: Constructions of "Cultural Geography"

Queering Freud in Freiburg

Bordering on Fiction: Chantal Akerman's D'Est

Spectors of Sartre: Nancy's Romance with Ontological Freedom.

Postmodernism as Usual: "Theory" in the American Academy Today

Hard Bodies

The Cult of Print


Selected Letters from Readers


Notices (Announcements and Advertisements)