restricted access   Volume 89-90, 2017

Table of Contents

Death and the Contemporary

Introduction: Death and the Contemporary

pp. 5-11

The Prisoners of Starvation, or Necessitas dat legem

pp. 12-29

Deconstructing Death: Derrida and the Scene of Execution*

pp. 30-47

Zoya Kosmodemianskaya between Sacrifice and Extermination

pp. 48-70

The Face of the Good Death: Euthanasia and Levinas

pp. 71-84

Horror Beyond Death: Geopolitics and the Pulverisation of the Human

pp. 85-100

Why have the Dead Come Back?: The Instance of Photography

pp. 101-115

Drone Poetics

pp. 116-136

Dying for Sex: Cultural and Forensic Narratives of Autoerotic Death

pp. 137-152

Violations of Empathy

pp. 153-169

Imaginary Intimacies: Death and New Temporalities in the Work of Denise Riley and Nicholas Royle

pp. 170-191

Blind Seeing: Deathwriting from Dickinson to the contemporary

pp. 192-211

Sites of Death in Some Recent British Fiction

pp. 212-229

Car Thoughts

pp. 230-233

Capacious Aesthetics

pp. 234-242

Un-Learning to See Palestine

pp. 243-246

ARTs and the Unconscious

pp. 247-251

A Place for Practice

pp. 252-255

Expansion/Expulsion

pp. 256-259

Boris Groys: The Intruder

pp. 260-267

Inventing New Lines

pp. 268-271

Psychoanalytic Stimulus Packages

pp. 272-275

Trust Sylvia Wynter

pp. 276-278