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  • Index to Volume 54 of Criticism 2012

Volume 54, Number 1, pp. 1–180

Volume 54, Number 2, pp. 181–351

Volume 54, Number 3, pp. 353–483

Volume 54, Number 4, pp. 485–662


Arnold, Whitney. The Secret Subject: Michel Foucault, Death and the Labyrinth, and the Interview as Genre. 567
Bates, Jennifer. Hegel’s Inverted World, Cleopatra, and the Logic of the Crocodile. 427
Byville, Eric. Aesthetic Uncommon Sense: Early Modern Taste and the Satirical Sublime. 583
Cornyetz, Nina. Murakami Takashi and the Hell of Others: Sexual (In)Difference, the Eye, and the Gaze in ©Murakami. 181
Curran, Kevin. Feeling Criminal in Macbeth. 391
Curran, Kevin, and James Kearney. Introduction. 353
Dabovic, Safet. Out of Place: The Travels of Nicholas Said. 59
deGruy, Karma. Desiring Angels: The Angelic Body in Paradise Lost. 117
DeLand, Lauren. Black Skin, Black Masks: The Citational Self in the Work of Glenn Ligon. 507
Haines, Christian. Life in Crisis: The Biopolitical Ambivalence of Joseph Conrad’s The Secret Agent. 85
Isaacson, Johanna. Postmodern Wastelands: Underworld and the Productive Failures of Periodization. 29
Jackson, Ken. All Is True—Unless You Decide in Advance What Is Not. 469
Jacobs, Nicole A. Robbing His Captive Shepherdess: Princess Eliza- beth, John Milton, and the Memory of Charles I in the Eikon Basilike and Eikonoklastes. 227
Kearney, James. “This is above all strangeness”: King Lear, Ethics, and the Phenomenology of Recognition. 455
Kietzman, Mary Jo. Will Personified: Viola as Actor-Author in Twelfth Night. 257
Knapp, James A. Static and Transformative Images in Shakespeare’s Dramatic Art. 377
Kottman, Paul A. No Greater Powers Than We Can Contradict. 445
Lupton, Julia Reinhard. Macbeth’s Marlets: Shakespearean Phe- nomenologies of Hospitality. 365
McCooey, David. Poetry, Terrorism, and the Uncanny: “Timothy McVeigh’s ‘Invictus.’” 485
Mickalites, Carey. Fairies and a Flâneur: J. M. Barrie’s Commercial Figure of the Child. 1
Ragain, Nathan. A “Reconcepted Am”: Language, Nature, and Collectivity in Sun Ra and Henry Dumas. 539
Smith, Bruce R. Phenomophobia, or Who’s Afraid of Merleau-Ponty? 479
Strycharski, Andrew. Ethics, Individualism, and Class in John Webster’s The White Devil. 291
Waldron, Jennifer. “The Eye of Man Hath Not Heard”: Shakespeare, Synaesthesia, and Post Reformation Phenomenology. 403
Wee, C. J. W.-L. Imagining the Fractured East Asian Modern: Commonality and Difference in Mass-Cultural Production. 197
Witmore, Michael. Shakespeare, Sensation, and Renaissance Existentialism. 419

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Bascara, Victor. “In the Midst of and at the Edges of this Maelstrom”: Experience and Archives after the Falling Away: On Things Fall Away: Philippine Historical Experience and the Makings of Globalization, by Neferti X. M. Tadiar. 323
Clune, Michael. Lyric Poetry as Society: On Infidel Poetics: Riddles, Nightlife, Substance, by Daniel Tiffany. 159
Gaudio, Michael. The Art of Undeceiving: On Citizen Spectator: Art, Illusion, and Visual Perception in Early National America, by Wendy Bellion. 659
Hensley, Nathan K. Figures of Reading: On Novel Violence: A Narratology of Victorian Fiction, by Garrett Stewart. 329
Hetrick, Ashley. E Pluribus Unum: On On Lingering and Being Last: Race and Sovereignty in the New World, by Jonathan Elmer. 175
Huang, Vivian L. Piling Up, or Floating Away: On The Feeling of Kinship: Queer Liberalism and the Racialization of Inti- macy, by David L. Eng. 317
Palumbo-Liu, David. Crossing the Lines: Masao Miyoshi’s Tres- passes: On Trespasses: Selected Writings, by Masa Miyoshi. 343
Pruchnic, Jeff. Postcriticial Theory? Demanding the Possible: On Walled States, Waning Sovereignty, by Wendy Brown; Cos- mopolitics I by Isabelle Stengers; Fanaticism: On the Uses of an Idea by Alberto Toscano; and Envisioning Real Utopias by Erik Olin Wright 637
Rebentisch, Juliane. City Pictures: On Mixed Use, Manhattan: Photography and Related Practices, 1970s to the Present, edited by Lynne Cooke and Douglas Crimp, with Kristin Poor. 151
Smith, Lindsay. Photographic Simulation and Nineteenth-Century Expression: On Darwin’s Camera: Art and Photography in the Theory of Evolution, by Phillip Prodger. 167
Stadler, Gustavus. Art Music and the Machine: On Absolute Music, Mechanical Reproduction, by Arved Ashby. 633
Vincent, J. Keith. Shame Now: Ruth Leys Diagnoses the New Queer Shame Culture: On From Guilt to Shame: Auschwitz and After, by Ruth Leys. 623

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