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  1. Notes on Contributors
  2. Atari Age: The Emergence of Video Games in America by Michael Z. Newman (review)
  3. Orhan Pamuk and The Good of World Literature by Gloria Fisk (review)
  4. Undisciplining Knowledge: Interdisciplinarity in the Twentieth Century by Harvey J. Graff (review)
  5. The Cruft of Fiction: Mega-Novels and the Science of Paying Attention by David Letzler (review)
  6. The Winnowing Fan: Verse-Essays in Creative Criticism by Christopher Norris (review)
  7. Women's Oppression Today: The Marxist/Feminist Encounter by Michèle Barrett (review)
  8. Continental Philosophy and the Palestinian Question: Beyond the Jew and the Greek by Zahi Zalloua (review)
  9. What Animals Teach Us about Politics by Brian Massumi (review)
  10. Language, Madness, and Desire: On Literature by Michel Foucault (review)
  11. The Challenge of Surrealism: The Correspondence of Theodor W. Adorno and Elisabeth Lenk ed. by Susan H. Gillespie (review)
  12. Insistence of the Material: Literature in the Age of Biopolitics by Christopher Breu (review)
  13. Planting a Flag for Socialism: An Interview with Bhaskar Sunkara
  14. Politics and Criticism: An Interview with Bruce Robbins
  15. Afterword: Re-Inscribing de Man
  16. Shelley, de Man, and Historical Time
  17. De Man's Negativity
  18. Materiality and the Digital Future of Inscription
  19. On the Varieties of the Nonhuman
  20. The Lasting Impressions of Biopower
  21. A Thousand Plateaus for Neocon Bros
  22. Figures of Cofiguration
  23. Mother Trouble
  24. Parables of the Anonymous God in Nietzsche and Foucault
  25. Super Deluxe Whiteness: Privilege Critique in Paul Beatty's The Sellout
  26. The Fantasies of Privilege
  27. "Privilege-Checking," "Virtue-Signaling," and "Safe Spaces": What Happens When Cultural Politics is Privatized and the Body Replaces Argument
  28. All PhDs are not Created Equal: On Academic Privilege
  29. Spreading Privilege: Ivanka Trump, a How-To on Architecting the Self
  30. The Politics of Undeserved Happiness
  31. "I Develop a Flame for the Bed": Walter Benjamin and Hélène Cixous
  32. Dream a Little Dream of Not Me: The Natures of Emerson's Demonology
  33. The Critic as Mime: Wilde's Theoretical Performance
  34. Jacob's Ladder in Modern Lyrical Poetry
  35. Shakespeare's Imitation Game: How Do You Solve A [Problem Set] Like Katherina?
  36. Long Live the Old Flesh: AIDS and the Americans with Disabilities Act at Quarter-Century
  37. The Ecology of Kandinsky's Abstraction: A Trembling World of Beings and Things
  38. Claudia Rankine, Friedrich Nietzsche, and the Untimely Present
  39. The Daemonic Life of Objects: Object-Oriented Criticism and Cynthia Ozick's "The Pagan Rabbi"
  40. The Economy of Desire in Kurt Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse-Five
  41. The Emergence, Renaissance, and Transformation of Multicultural American Literature from the 1960s to the Early 2000s
  42. Higher Education and the Plague of Authoritarianism
  43. "Faecebook": Ironies of Pastoral Narcissism
  44. Oceanian Pain in the Nuclear Epoch, Or: How I Learned to Love Epeli Hau' of a's Kisses in the Nederends
  45. Movies and Pacific Modernities in Wendt and Subramani
  46. John Dominis Holt's Kanaka Maoli Modernism
  47. "Where Will This River Flow?": Modernity, Indigeneity and Eco-crisis in the Theatre of Miria George
  48. Vanua in the Anthropocene: Relationality and Sea Level Rise in Fiji
  49. Samoan Literature and the Wheel of Time: Cartographies of the Vā
  50. Acts of Rememory in Oceania
  51. Introduction: Oceania in Theory
  52. Editor's Note
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