1. The Time of My Life
  2. Avital Ronell
  3. pp. 249-269
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  1. When Actions Speak Louder …
  2. Marianne Constable
  3. pp. 271-280
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  1. On Proust and Talking to Yourself
  2. Michael Lucey
  3. pp. 281-293
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  1. Who Speaks?: Thirtieth Anniversary Dossier: Interventions
  2. Patrick Lyons, Simone Stirner
  3. pp. 295-297
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  1. Ça: Were It Constituted as a Question
  2. Jared Sexton
  3. pp. 298-301
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  1. Qui Parle
  2. Jean-Luc Nancy
  3. p. 302
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  1. Who Speaks a Lie?
  2. J. Hillis Miller
  3. pp. 303-305
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  1. This Because That
  2. Lisa Myōbun Freinkel
  3. pp. 305-309
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  1. Nature's Speech
  2. Karen Jacobs
  3. pp. 309-312
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  1. Prosthetic Speech
  2. John Culbert
  3. pp. 312-315
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  1. Qui Parle?
  2. Alexander García Düttmann
  3. pp. 315-316
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  1. Doublespeak
  2. Michael Naas
  3. pp. 316-318
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  1. Everything Speaks—How Do We Listen?
  2. Lisa Samuels
  3. pp. 318-319
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  1. "No One and No One, On and On": An Affirmation
  2. Jeff Fort
  3. pp. 320-321
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  1. Who Sees?: Painting, Free Indirect Style, and the "Mimesis of the Gaze"
  2. Ara H. Merjian
  3. pp. 321-325
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  1. "Let Us Eat Cake": Speaking for the Dead
  2. Stuart J. Murray, Sara Kendall
  3. pp. 325-328
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  1. "As Long as Something Is, It Isn't What It Will Have Been": A Reflection on "Who Speaks?" in Martin Walser
  2. Gerhard Richter
  3. pp. 328-330
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  1. "L'idée vient en parlant": Kleist and Gadamer on Wheels
  2. Karen Feldman
  3. pp. 330-333
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  1. Qui Parle
  2. Alphonso Lingis
  3. pp. 333-335
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  1. Speaking (Here-Now)
  2. Paola Bacchetta
  3. pp. 335-338
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  1. Qui Parle?
  2. Marjorie Perloff
  3. pp. 338-340
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  1. Who Speaks When We Answer the Call of Interpellation?
  2. James Martel
  3. pp. 340-343
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  1. On One Who Doesn't Speak
  2. Eli Friedlander
  3. pp. 343-345
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  1. Who Speaks?
  2. Wayne Koestenbaum
  3. pp. 345-347
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  1. Sometimes a Parrot Talks
  2. Simon Porzak
  3. pp. 347-351
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  1. I, Not I
  2. John Brenkman
  3. pp. 351-353
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  1. I, Not I
  2. Joseph Vogl
  3. p. 354
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  1. Speaking Doesn't Happen without Vision
  2. Mieke Bal
  3. pp. 355-357
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  1. Nobody Speaks. Everything Signifies
  2. Christopher Bracken
  3. pp. 357-360
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  1. After Transparency (Henri Michaux)
  2. Stefanos Geroulanos
  3. pp. 360-364
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  1. Anon
  2. Martin Crowley
  3. pp. 364-367
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  1. Voiceless Speech, or Vegetal Logos without Logos
  2. Michael Marder
  3. pp. 367-369
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  1. Free Speech and the Alt-Right
  2. Lisa Hofmann-Kuroda
  3. pp. 369-382
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  1. Checkpoint Time
  2. Helga Tawil-Souri
  3. pp. 383-422
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  1. How to Grow out of Nothing: The Afterlife of National Rebirth in Postcolonial Belarus
  2. Serguei Alex Oushakine
  3. pp. 423-490
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  1. Furia
  2. Kimberly Juanita Brown
  3. pp. 491-512
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  1. Fever
  2. Pierre Alferi, Victoria Bergstrom
  3. pp. 513-518
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  1. A Prayer for Lim Lee Ching
  2. Jeremy Fernando
  3. pp. 519-532
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  1. Three Poems
  2. Michael D. Snediker
  3. pp. 533-534
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  1. Performing Race, Speaking the Body: On Asian American Performance Studies and Everyday Racializations
  2. Yuhe Faye Wang
  3. pp. 535-552
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  1. What about the White People?
  2. Quinn Lester
  3. pp. 553-572
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  1. Traces of a Revolution: Reopening the Moment of Contingency in 1979 Iran
  2. Donna Honarpisheh
  3. pp. 573-586
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  1. Books Received
  2. pp. 587-589
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