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This issue contains 49 articles in total

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  1. Notes on Contributors
  2. Stone: An Ecology of the Inhuman by Jeffrey Jerome Cohen (review)
  3. The Planetary Turn: Relationality and Geoaesthetics in the Twenty-First Century ed. by Amy J. Elias and Christian Moraru (review)
  4. Democracy’s Education: Public Work, Citizenship, and the Future of Colleges and Universities ed. by Harry C. Boyte (review)
  5. Women and War in Antiquity ed. by Jacqueline Fabre-Serris and Alison Keith (review)
  6. Senses of the Subject by Judith Butler (review)
  7. Pluralist Desires: Contemporary Fiction and the End of the Cold War by Philipp Löffler (review)
  8. Continental Shifts: Migration, Representation, and the Struggle for Justice in Latin(o) America by John D. “Rio” Riofrio (review)
  9. An Ecology of World Literature: From Antiquity to the Present Day by Alexander Beecroft (review)
  10. Sacred Knowledge: Psychedelics and Religious Experiences by William Richards (review)
  11. Plant Theory: Biopower and Vegetable Life by Jeffrey T. Nealon (review)
  12. Literature and the Development of Feminist Theory ed. by Robin Truth Goodman (review)
  13. A William V. Spanos Reader: Humanist Criticism and the Secular Imperative ed. by Daniel T. O’Hara, Donald E. Pease, Michelle Martin (review)
  14. The Studio of Literature: An Interview with Tom Lutz
  15. Change Agent: An Interview with Tamara Draut
  16. Poe’s Alien Poetics
  17. Sallow Earth Theory
  18. The Aesthetic (Re-)Turn: Matter and Method, or Objects and Ontology?
  19. Preemptive Logic and the Necessity of Animal Politics
  20. Reading by Example
  21. Retrieving Kierkegaard for the Post-9/11 Occasion: A Late Meditation on the Secular
  22. On Data, Givens, and Generosity
  23. Big Data: Communicating Outside the Medium of Meaning
  24. Big Data, Time and the Archive
  25. Revolutionizing the Graphic Novel: A Study of El-Shafee’s Metro
  26. The Other Spaces of La Moustache
  27. Imagining a Professional Future: Cognitive Criticism in Our Era of Information Work
  28. Sounding the Multitrack Imagination
  29. “The Voice of an Animal”: Robert Bresson and Narrative Form
  30. The Hysteric’s Wound: Productive Failure in Narrative Film
  31. Voices without the Courage to End or the Strength to Go On: Averted Narratives in Chekhov’s “Champagne” and Beckett’s “The Expelled”
  32. Relaxing the Avant-Garde: Tan Lin and the Language-Oriented Tradition
  33. Home and Exilic Consciousness: Kurt Vonnegut’s Slaugherhouse-Five and William Spanos’ In the Neighborhood of Zero
  34. The Ethics of the Signifier: Wilde and Lacan
  35. Are We Being Materialist Yet?
  36. Planetary Dejection: An Ode to the Commons
  37. Pop Music and Schizophrenia: Kylie Minogue’s Telepathic Affect-Objects
  38. Tiling Over the Modern Pathos: Memory, Crisis, and the Emergence of a Taiwanese Surface
  39. The Fact of Resonance: An Acoustics of Determination in Faulkner and Benjamin
  40. Object Emotions
  41. Dark Correlationism: Mysticism, Magic, and the New Realisms
  42. Nature and the “Industry that Scorched It”: Adorno and Anthropocene Aesthetics
  43. The Bureaucrat Inside: Kafka, Office Media, and the End of Authorship
  44. Material Witness: Conservation Ethics and the Scrolls of Auschwitz
  45. Identity vs. Embodiment: A Materialist Rethinking of Intersex and Queerness
  46. Dark Matters: Race and the Antebellum Logic of Decorporation
  47. Knots: Notes for a Daemonic Naturalism
  48. Why Materialisms Matter
  49. Editor’s Note
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