Volume 34, Number 1, Winter 2011

Table of Contents

Life Writing and Intimate Publics

Guest Editor: Margaretta Jolly

Editor's Introduction

Introduction: Life Writing as Intimate Publics

pp. v-xi
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Articles

The Present of Intimacy: My Very Public Private Life

pp. 1-10
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The Public, the Private, and the Intimate: Richard Sennett’s and Lauren Berlant’s Cultural Criticism in Dialogue

pp. 11-24
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Intimate Economies: PostSecret and the Affect of Confession

pp. 25-36
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“Suffused by Feeling and Affect”: The Intimate Public of Personal Mommy Blogging

pp. 37-55
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Diasporic Disclosures: Social Networking, Neda, and the 2009 Iranian Presidential Elections

pp. 56-69
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Communism: Intimate Publics

pp. 70-82
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Taking Intimate Publics to China: Yang Jiang and the Unfinished Business of Sentiment

pp. 83-95
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“I’d Like My Life Back”: Corporate Personhood and the BP Oil Disaster

pp. 96-107
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Who Do You Think You Are?: Intimate Pasts Made Public

pp. 108-118
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Writing Biodigital Life: Personal Genomes and Digital Media

pp. 119-131
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Tell-Tale Heart: Organ Donation and Transplanted Subjectivities

pp. 132-140
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Recent Trends in Using Life Stories for Social and Political Activism

pp. 141-179
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Life Writing and Intimate Publics: A Conversation with Lauren Berlant

pp. 180-187
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Reviewed Elsewhere

Reviewed Elsewhere

pp. 188-248
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 249-251
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