Announcing volume 23, no. 2, spring/summer 2015!

v. 23.2

v. 23.2

Announcing Volume 23, no. 2 of qui parle, now available in print through Duke University Press, and online through Project MUSE and JSTOR.

This issue includes:

  • Michael D. Snediker on Queer Philology and Chronic Pain: Bersani, Melville, Blanchot
  • Juliane Rebentisch and Daniel Hendrickson on Forms of Participation in Art
  • Tom Roach on Becoming Fungible: Queer Intimacies in Social Media
  • Jason de Stefano, an interview with Peter Galison
  • Martin Saar, William Callison, and Anne Gräfe on Spinoza and the Political Imaginary
  • Neferti X. M. Tadiar on Decolonization, “Race,” and Remaindered Life under Empire
  • Stephen Dillon on The Prisoner’s Dream: Queer Visions from Solitary Confinement
  • Michael Mark Cohen and Leigh Raiford on “Thanks to Berkeley. . .”: Managing Multiculturalism in an Age of Austerity

And reviews of:

  • Jonathan Crary, 24/7 and the War on Sleep by Marianne Kaletzky
  • Alexander Kluge and Oskar Negt, History and Obstinacy by Tara Hottman

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