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  1. Passports: On the Politics and Cultural Impact of Modern Movement Control
  2. Jesper Gulddal, Charlton Payne
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  1. Reinventing the Stranger: Walls All Over the World, and How to Tear Them Down
  2. Étienne Balibar
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  2. Jesper Gulddal
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  1. "In The Dream Of Their Dreams": Metaamericanism In H.T. Tsiang'S And China Has Hands
  2. Joshua L. Miller
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  1. The Novel and the Borders of Europe: Ben Jelloun's Leaving Tangier and Oksanen's Purge
  2. Søren Frank
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  1. Chile's Limited Passport Into The Global Literary Market
  2. Paula C. Park
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  1. Xerox Men: Technological Tropes In U.S. Latino/A Displacement Literature
  2. Andres Amerikaner
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  1. Somewhere Else: Legal Fictions, Capitalism, and Deterritoriality in B. Traven's The Death Ship
  2. Charlton Payne, Wolfgang Struck
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  1. "A Unique Plan of Getting Deported": Claude Mckay's Banjo and the Marked Passport
  2. Nissa Ren Cannon
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  1. Passports in the Time of Trump
  2. Leti Volpp
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  1. Asylum of the Political: Towards a Topology of Political Occasions
  2. Joseph Vogl
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  1. War Culture and the Politics of Violence
  2. Henry A. Giroux
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  1. A Critique of Violence
  2. Robin Truth Goodman
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  1. Against Distant Reading: Retrieving Close Reading in The Interregnum
  2. William V. Spanos
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  1. Storytelling and Writing in "Our Time": Scrambled Flows of Desire in Silko'S Ceremony
  2. Nozomi Irei
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  1. "Our Country and Our Culture" in The Era of Americanist and Modernist Studies: Reading The New York Intellectuals After Historicism
  2. Benjamin Schreier
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  1. The Feminist Seduction: Cyborg Writing and Womanspeak
  2. Erin Holliday-Karre
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  1. From Interpellation to Recognition: Althusser, Hegel, Dahlberg
  2. Robert Z. Birdwell
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  1. Time, History, and Nation in Ang Lee's Lust, Caution
  2. Leihua Weng
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  1. In The Moment Of Danger: Benjaminian History And Theology In Russell Hoban'S Riddley Walker
  2. John Roache
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  1. Albertine And The Refusal Of The Excluded: A Reply To Jacques Rancière'S Politics Of Appearance
  2. Caitlyn Doyle
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  1. "Buoyed Up By That Coffin": Contemporary Soldier Poetry And The Poetic Prosthesis
  2. Ron Ben-Tovim
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  1. Tales of the Brick Age: Corruption and Bankruptcy in the late works of Rafael Chirbes
  2. Alberto Ribas-Casasayas
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  1. The Refusal of Debt: On Sarah Kofman's Version of Don Juan
  2. Brian Keeffe
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  1. In Exchange For The Language Of Pleasantry
  2. Niloofar Sarlati
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  1. War On Earth: Edward Said And Romantic Literary History
  2. Daniel Rosenberg Nutters
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  2. Brian O'Keeffe
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  1. How Should We Read Now?1
  2. Matthew Mullins
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  1. The (Really Big) Shape Of Comparative Literature Now, Or, A Discipline'S Totalizing Conceit1
  2. Jerry A. Varsava
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  1. When is a Dialogue?
  2. R. Radhakrishnan
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  1. Dual Narrative Progression and Dual Ethics
  2. Dan Shen
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  1. Inside Job—or, How to Deconstruct The West's Asia Fetish (Without Really Trying)
  2. Tom Cohen
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  2. Ranjan Ghosh
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  1. Differences in the Discipline of Literary Study
  2. J. Hillis Miller
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  1. Making Contemporary Literature: An Interview with Amy Hungerford
  2. Jeffrey J. Williams
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  1. Historicizing African American Literature: An Interview with Ken Warren
  2. Jeffrey J. Williams
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  1. The Great Mistake: How We Wrecked Public Universities and How We Can Fix Them by Christopher Newfield (review)
  2. John McGowan
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  1. Disorderly Families: Infamous Letters from the Bastille Archives by Arlette Farge and Michel Foucault (review)
  2. Daniel T. O'Hara
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  1. Hunger and Irony in the French Caribbean: Literature, Theory, and Public Life by Nicole Simek (review)
  2. Dawn Fulton
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  1. Philosophy after Friendship: Deleuze's Conceptual Personae by Gregg Lambert (review)
  2. Aidan Tynan
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  2. Vincent Colapietro
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  1. Composition in the Age of Austerity eds. by Nancy Welch and Tony Scott (review)
  2. Nadya Pittendrigh
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  2. Horace L. Fairlamb
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  2. Cynthia Barounis
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  2. Brad Congdon
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  1. Bioinsecurities: Disease Interventions, Empire, and the Government of Species by Neel Ahuja (review)
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