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This issue contains 59 articles in total

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  1. Notes on Contributors
  2. The Screen in Surrealist Art and Thought (review)
  3. The Affective Turn: Theorizing the Social (review)
  4. Edward W. Said and Jacques Derrida: Reconstellating Humanism and the Global Hybrid (review)
  5. The ÜberReader: Selected Works of Avital Ronell (review)
  6. Theodor W. Adorno: One Last Genius (review)
  7. The Idea of the Self: Thought and Experience in Western Europe since the Seventeenth Century (review)
  8. Foucault Beyond Foucault: Power and Its Intensifications Since 1984 (review)
  9. Romantic Friendship in Victorian Literature (review)
  10. From Kung Fu to Hip Hop: Globalization, Revolution and Popular Culture (review)
  11. Writing Deafness (review)
  12. American Exceptionalism in the Age of Globalization: The Specter of Vietnam (review)
  13. Coming of Age in Second Life: An Anthropologist Explores the Virtually Human (review)
  14. Legacies of Paul de Man (review)
  15. Deleuze’s Way: Essays in Transverse Ethics and Aesthetics (review)
  16. H.G. Wells, Modernity and the Movies (review)
  17. Upward Mobility and the Common Good: Toward a Literary History of the Welfare State (review)
  18. Against the Terror of Neoliberalism: Politics beyond the Age of Greed (review)
  19. Thought-Images: Frankfurt School Writers’ Reflections from Damaged Life (review)
  20. The Verge of Philosophy (review)
  21. Eating Well, Reading Well: Maryse Condé and the Ethics of Interpretation (review)
  22. Bataille’s Peak: Energy, Religion, and Postsustainability (review)
  23. The Philosophy of Neo-Noir (review)
  24. Thinking Otherwise: Philosophy, Communication, Technology (review)
  25. Diasporas (review)
  26. Romantic Theory: Forms of Reflexivity in the Revolutionary Era (review)
  27. Learning to Live Finally: The Last Interview (review)
  28. Apocalyptic Dread: American Film at the Turn of the Millennium (review)
  29. Who’s Afraid of Deleuze and Guattari? (review)
  30. Difference and Givenness: Deleuze’s Transcendental Empiricism and the Ontology of Immanence (review)
  31. Experiments in Ethics (review)
  32. Copyright’s Paradox (review)
  33. Plagiarism: Alchemy and Remedy in Higher Education (review)
  34. Punctuation: Art, Politics, and Play (review)
  35. On Eloquence (review)
  36. The Future of the Image (review)
  37. The Century (review)
  38. Punching the Academic Clock
  39. Socrates’ Irrational Rationality
  40. Justifying Justice: Ricoeur’s Words of Wisdom
  41. At the “Rendezvous of Victory”
  42. Ecology of Writing
  43. The Desire Called Modernism
  44. Conquest’s Spectacle: Djebar’s L’amour, La Fantasia and Lacoue-Labarthe’s Musica Ficta
  45. Reasonable Imaginings: Learning from Imagination
  46. Elitism or Eclecticism?: Some Thoughts About the Future of Comparative Literature
  47. Global American: The Devastation of Language Under the Dictatorship of the Public Realm
  48. Modernism’s News
  49. The Future of an Ethics of Difference After Hardt and Negri’s Empire
  50. (Not) Meeting without Name
  51. Anonymity Writing Pedagogy: Beckett, Descartes, Derrida
  52. Confessions of a Masked Philosopher: Anonymity and Identification in Foucault and Guibert
  53. Anonymity, Dialogue, and the Academy
  54. Academics Anonymous: A Meditation on Anonymity, Power, and Powerlessness
  55. The Seven Faces of Anonymity in Academe
  56. “Larry David is Anonymous”: Anonymity in the System
  57. Anonymity, Authorship, and Blogger Ethics
  58. Laboring in Anonymity
  59. Editor’s Note
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