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Volume 16, Issue 1, 2013

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From: Theory & Event

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Deleuze, Occupy, and the Actuality of Revolution

The Spiral of Thought in the Work of Jacques Rancière


The Comrade is Violent: Liberal Discourses of Violence in Anti-austerity Greece

Occupy Precarity

Symposium -- US Election 2012

Symposium Introduction: Democracy’s Precarity and Resilience

“It’s the ‘We’, Stupid”, or Reflections toward an Ecology of Radical Democratic Theory and Practice

Homonationalism, State Rationalities, and Sex Contradictions

“Women are not an interest group”: The Issue of Women’s Issues in the 2012 Presidential Campaign

Obama Fought the Battle of Jericho – and His Story Came Tumbling Down

Defining Romnesia

The Poverty of American Politics

Places to Dream

Theorizing the 2012 Election: Analytic Frames and Affective Dispositions


Predicament, Prediction, Predication: Connolly’s Voice, Revisited – in his A World of Becoming

The Politics of the Family, Extended: Ferguson’s All in the Family

On the Ruins of Ruins: Weizman’s The Least of All Possible Evils

A Case for Applied Political Theory: Popescu’s Political Action in Vaclav Havel’s Thought

Beauty That Must Die: Hägglund’s Dying for Time

Pushing the Limits of Political Theory: Ferguson’s Emma Goldman, and Graeber’s Debt


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