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diacritics 33.3/4 (2003) 205-207



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Index Volume 33

Contributors

BADIOU, ALAIN: "Logic of the Site." Fall–Winter 2003: 141–50.

BAJOREK, JENNIFER: "Animadversions: Tekhne after Capital / Life after Work." Spring 2003: 42–59.

BALIBAR, ÉTIENNE: "Europe, an 'Unimagined' Frontier of Democracy." Fall–Winter 2003: 36–44.

BOSTEELS, BRUNO: "Nonplaces: An Anecdoted Topography of Contemporary French Theory." Fall–Winter 2003: 117–39.

BOYER, M. CHRISTINE: "Aviation and the Aerial View: Le Corbusier's Spatial Transformations in the 1930s and 1940s." Fall–Winter 2003: 93–116.



CONLEY, TOM: "A Writing of Space: On French Critical Theory in 1973 and Its Aftermath." Fall–Winter 2003: 189–203.

CROWELL, STEVEN: Mark Bevir, The Logic of the History of Ideas. Spring 2003: 3–22.



DAVIDSON, ROBERT A.: "Spaces of Immigration 'Prevention': Interdiction and the Nonplace." Fall–Winter 2003: 3–18.

DE LA DURANTAYE, LELAND: Giorgio Agamben, The Open: Man and Animal. Summer 2003: 3–9.



FAULKNER, JO: "Voices from the Depths: Reading 'Love' in Luce Irigaray's Marine Lover." Spring 2003: 81–94.

FRANCHI, STEFANO: "Hunters, Cooks, and Nooks: Two Interpretations of the Tangled Relationship between Philosophy and Science." Summer 2003: 98–109.

FRANÇOIS, ANNE-LISE: "'O happy living things': Frankenfoods and the Bounds of Wordsworthian Natural Piety." Summer 2003: 42–70.



KHANNA, RANJANA: "Frames, Contexts, Community, Justice." Summer 2003: 11–41.



LEACH, NEIL: "9/11." Fall–Winter 2003: 75–92.

LIMA, ENRIQUE: "Of Horizons and Epistemology: Problems in the Visuality of Knowledge." Fall–Winter 2003: 19–35.



PINET, SIMONE: "On the Subject of Fiction: Islands and the Emergence of the Novel." Fall–Winter 2003: 173–87.



REINHARD, KENNETH, AND JULIA REINHARD LUPTON: "The Subject of Religion: Lacan and the Ten Commandments." Summer 2003: 71–97.

RESINA, JOAN RAMON: "The Scale of the Nation in a Shrinking World." Fall–Winter 2003: 46–74. [End Page 205]



SCHILLING, DEREK: "Everyday Life and the Challenge to History in Postwar France: Braudel, Lefebvre, Certeau." Spring 2003: 23–40.

STEWART-STEINBERG, SUZANNE R.: "The Secret Power of Suggestion: Scipio Sighele and the Postliberal Subject." Spring 2003: 60–79.



VEEL, KRISTIN: "The Irreducibility of Space: Labyrinths, Cities, Cyberspace." Fall–Winter 2003: 151–72.

Subjects/Titles

Agamben, Giorgio: The Open: Man and Animal. Summer 2003: 3–9.

"Animadversions: Tekhne after Capital / Life after Work," see Jennifer Bajorek.

"Aviation and the Aerial View: Le Corbusier's Spatial Transformations in the 1930s and 1940s," see M. Christine Boyer.



Badiou, Alain: "Logic of the Site." Fall–Winter 2003: 141–50.

Bajorek, Jennifer: "Animadversions: Tekhne after Capital / Life after Work." Spring 2003: 42–59.

Balibar, Étienne: "Europe, an 'Unimagined' Frontier of Democracy." Fall–Winter 2003: 36–44.

Bevir, Mark: The Logic of the History of Ideas. Spring 2003: 3–22.

Bosteels, Bruno: "Nonplaces: An Anecdoted Topography of Contemporary French Theory." Fall–Winter 2003: 117–39.

Boyer, M. Christine: "Aviation and the Aerial View: Le Corbusier's Spatial Transformations in the 1930s and 1940s." Fall–Winter 2003: 93–116.



Conley, Tom: "A Writing of Space: On French Critical Theory in 1973 and Its Aftermath." Fall–Winter 2003: 189–203.

Crowell, Steven: "Rationalism in History." Spring 2003: 3–22.



Davidson, Robert A.: "Spaces of Immigration 'Prevention': Interdiction and the Nonplace." Fall–Winter 2003: 3–18.

de la Durantaye, Leland: "The Suspended Substantive: On Animals and Men in Giorgio Agamben's The Open." Summer 2003: 3–9.



"Europe, an 'Unimagined' Frontier of Democracy," see Étienne Balibar.

"Everyday Life and the Challenge to History in Postwar France: Braudel, Lefebvre, Certeau," see Derek Schilling.



Faulkner, Jo: "Voices from the Depths: Reading 'Love' in Luce Irigaray's Marine Lover." Spring 2003: 81–94.

"Frames, Contexts, Community, Justice," see Ranjana Khanna.

Franchi, Stefano: "Hunters, Cooks, and Nooks: Two Interpretations of the Tangled Relationship between Philosophy and Science." Summer 2003: 98–109.

François, Anne-Lise: "'O happy living things': Frankenfoods and the Bounds of Wordsworthian Natural Piety." Summer 2003: 42–70.



"Hunters, Cooks, and Nooks: Two Interpretations of the Tangled Relationship between Philosophy and Science," see Stefano Franchi. [End Page 206]



"The Irreducibility of Space: Labyrinths, Cities, Cyberspace," see Kristin Veel.



Khanna, Ranjana: "Frames, Contexts, Community, Justice." Summer 2003: 11–41.



Leach, Neil: "9/11." Fall&#x02013...

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