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  2. Jeffrey R. Di Leo
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  1. Control, Again: Further Thoughts from the Pandemic
  2. Robin Truth Goodman
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  1. Gestures of Control
  2. Aaron Jaffe
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  1. "I Live in Dystopia"
  2. Aaron Jaffe, Cristina Iuli
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  1. The Paranoid Style in Postcritique
  2. Frida Beckman
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  1. Salvational Super-Agents and Conspiratorial Secret Agents: Conspiracy, Theory, and Fantasies of Control
  2. Kenneth J. Saltman
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  1. The "Limits of Control": Burroughs through Deleuze
  2. S. E. Gontarski
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  1. Digital Index: Control Poetics in Die Maschine
  2. Marc Kohlbry
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  1. Infrastructure Beyond Control: Clowning the Nuclear Age
  2. Jessica Hurley
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  1. Control after Cybernetics: Governmentality as Navigation by Homeostasis and Chaos
  2. Andrew Culp
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  1. What Society? Invisible Machines, Control, and Niklas Luhmann's Theory of Society
  2. Cristina Iuli
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  1. Platforms of Control: Social Media and the Limits of Theoretical Pluralism
  2. Michael F. Miller
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  1. Out of Control
  2. Rita Raley
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  1. American Fascism: Fourteen Deadly Principles of Contemporary Politics
  2. Brad Evans, Henry A. Giroux
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  1. "What's Fragile Is Always New": The Truth of Literature in Roland Barthes' The Preparation of the Novel
  2. Rudolphus Teeuwen
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  1. "The Collier's Small, Mean Head": Class, Form, and (Im)perfection
  2. Peter Hitchcock
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  1. There's No Such Thing as a Cat Person: A Lacanian Approach to Literary Criticism in Light of #MeToo
  2. Luke Johnson
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  1. The Mirror of Attention: Affording Literarity
  2. Alan Singer
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  1. Chinese Anthologies of American Literature, Multiculturalism, and Cultural Import-Export
  2. Qin Dan, Joe Lockard, Shih Penglu
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  1. Morin's Ecology of Ideas and Derrida's Limitrophy: (Re-)Envisioning a Post-Human Ethics
  2. Keith Moser
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  1. Life-Stories: How to Write Remains
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  1. World Theory: Amitav Ghosh on Being at Sea
  2. John Michael
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  1. Philosophy Between Land and Sea
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  1. The World of World Literature and World-Systems Analysis
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  1. Speculative Futures: Race in Watchmen's Worlds
  2. Nicole Simek
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  1. Existentialism as a World Theory
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  1. Said's Worldliness
  2. H. Aram Veeser
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  1. American Literature in Bloom
  2. Jeffrey R. Di Leo
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  1. Eloquence: A Response to Harold Bloom's The American Canon
  2. Robert L. Caserio
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  1. Whipping Homer, Cudgeling Shakespeare: Thinking Canon-Tradition
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  1. Drama and Bloom's Canon
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  1. The Content of Culture: Matthew Arnold and Harold Bloom
  2. Daniel Rosenberg Nutters
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  1. Such Violent Laughter
  2. Alan Singer
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  1. Harold Bloom and The American Canon: RIP
  2. Daniel T. O'Hara
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  1. Writing as Resistance: Alice Jardine's At the Risk of Thinking
  2. Carol Mastrangelo Bové
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  1. On Political Formalism
  2. Robert T. Tally Jr.
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  1. Necropolitics Enfleshed
  2. Christopher Breu
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  1. Foucaultian Ethics and Human Rights Education
  2. Sarah Winter
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  1. Edward Said, the Novel
  2. H. Aram Veeser
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  1. Psychopolitics: Theorization against Crisis
  2. Shiqi Lin
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  1. Postcritique and the Leakiness of Spheres
  2. Frida Beckman
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  1. The Humanities without Critique: On a Service Industry for Neoliberal Academe
  2. Jeffrey R. Di Leo
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  1. Has Postcritique Run Out of Steam?
  2. Jane Gallop
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  1. Steamy
  2. Jeffrey T. Nealon
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  1. But What About Love?
  2. Bruce Robbins
  3. pp. 543-545
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  1. History Below Deck: An Interview with Marcus Rediker
  2. Jeffrey J. Williams, Marcus Rediker
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  1. Multidimensionality: An Interview with Roderick A. Ferguson
  2. Jeffrey J. Williams, Roderick A. Ferguson
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  1. Philosophy of Language by Vilém Flusser (review)
  2. Blake Stricklin
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  1. Rape: From Lucretia to #MeToo by Mithu Sanyal (review)
  2. Sarah Afzal
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  1. On Interpretive Conflict by John Frow (review)
  2. Jesper Gulddal
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  2. Nadya Pittendrigh
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  1. Variations on Media Thinking by Siegfried Zielinski (review)
  2. Michael F. Miller
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  1. Beckett's Intuitive Spectator: Me to Play by Michelle Chiang (review)
  2. Angela Frattarola
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  1. Repeating Žižek ed. by Agon Hamza (review)
  2. Jacob Blevins
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  1. Passwords: Philology, Security, Authentication by Brian Lennon (review)
  2. Michael Dillon
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  1. Notes on Contributors
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  1. Forthcoming
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