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  1. Why Materialisms Matter
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  1. Knots: Notes for a Daemonic Naturalism
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  2. Ashley Byock
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  2. Christopher Breu
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  1. Material Witness: Conservation Ethics and the Scrolls of Auschwitz
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  2. Marah Nagelhout
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  2. Rebekah Sheldon
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  1. Object Emotions
  2. Marta Figlerowicz, Padma D. Maitland, Christopher Patrick Miller
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  1. The Fact of Resonance: An Acoustics of Determination in Faulkner and Benjamin1
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  1. Planetary Dejection: An Ode to the Commons1
  2. Walt Hunter
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  1. Are We Being Materialist Yet?
  2. Charles Altieri
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  1. The Ethics of the Signifier: Wilde and Lacan
  2. Helena Gurfinkel
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  2. Ubaraj Katawal
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  1. Relaxing the Avant-Garde: Tan Lin and the Language-Oriented Tradition
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  1. The Hysteric’s Wound: Productive Failure in Narrative Film
  2. Spencer Mackoff
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  2. Ken Cormier
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  2. François Kiper
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  2. Iman Hanafy
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  2. Daniela Agostinho
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  2. Herman Rapaport
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  2. Nicole Simek
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  1. Preemptive Logic and the Necessity of Animal Politics
  2. Nathan Snaza
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  2. Michael Miller
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  2. Keith Leslie Johnson
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  2. Jeffrey J. Williams
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  2. Jeffrey J. Williams
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  1. A William V. Spanos Reader: Humanist Criticism and the Secular Imperative ed. by Daniel T. O’Hara, Donald E. Pease, Michelle Martin (review)
  2. Robert Ryan
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  2. Colleen Kropp
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  2. Horace Fairlamb
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  2. Molly Dooley Appel
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  2. John McGowan
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