1. Introduction
  2. Cristina Beltrán, Kennan Ferguson
  3. pp. 789-791
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  1. More Than a Hashtag: Excitement, Anguish and the Semblant of #MeToo
  2. Rosemary Overell
  3. pp. 792-819
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  1. Cyborgian Self-Awareness: Trauma and Memory in Blade Runner and Westworld
  2. Benjamin Schrader
  3. pp. 820-841
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  1. Nuclear Sovereignty
  2. Michael Hardt
  3. pp. 842-868
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  1. The Myth of What We Can Take In: Global Migration and the "Receptive Capacity" of the Nation-State
  2. Michelle Ty
  3. pp. 869-890
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  1. An Underwater World of Walls: Machine Sensing, Maritime Sovereignty, and the Aesthetics of Undersea Surveillance
  2. Jason Parry
  3. pp. 891-910
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  1. Creating a City to Resist the State: The Seattle General Strike of 1919
  2. Kathy Ferguson
  3. pp. 911-950
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  1. Is There a Right to Sleep?
  2. Jonathan Goldberg-Hiller
  3. pp. 951-983
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  1. Symposium Introduction: Myth and Politics in Furio Jesi
  2. Kieran Aarons
  3. pp. 984-998
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  1. Letter to Károly Kerényi / Draft Introduction to Secret Germany
  2. Furio Jesi
  3. pp. 999-1002
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  1. A Reading of Rimbaud's 'Bateau ivre'
  2. Furio Jesi
  3. pp. 1003-1017
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  1. Cruel Festivals: Furio Jesi and the Critique of Political Autonomy
  2. Kieran Aarons
  3. pp. 1018-1046
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  1. On the Impossibility of Saying "I": Epistemological paradigms and poetic paradigms in the work of Furio Jesi
  2. Giorgio Agamben, Kevin Attell
  3. pp. 1047-1057
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  1. Festivity, Writing, and Destruction
  2. Andrea Cavalletti
  3. pp. 1058-1068
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  1. Myth and Right-wing Culture in Furio Jesi
  2. Enrico Manera
  3. pp. 1069-1081
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  1. The Myth of Spartacus and the Tradition of the Oppressed
  2. Ricardo Noronha
  3. pp. 1082-1104
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  1. The Ignoble Savage: Racism, Myth, and the Anthropological Machine
  2. Alberto Toscano
  3. pp. 1105-1124
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  1. Bring Out Your Dead: Corpses and the Limits of Sovereign Power in James Martel's Unburied Bodies
  2. Osman Balkan
  3. pp. 1125-1127
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  1. Violence and Freedom: Canonical Interventions and Heretical Reading
  2. Katherine A. Gordy
  3. pp. 1128-1133
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  1. Strange Bedfellows
  2. Fred Lee
  3. pp. 1133-1135
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  1. Along the Edges of Law's Empire: Kahn's Islands of Sovereignty
  2. Jack Jin Gary Lee
  3. pp. 1136-1140
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  1. Biographies
  2. pp. 1141-1143
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