Volume 24:1, Fall/Winter 2015


Announcing Volume 24, no. 1 of qui parle, now available in print through Duke University Press, and online through Project MUSE and JSTOR.

This issue includes:

    • Christopher Bracken on Reconciliation Romance: A Study in Juridical Theology
    • Mieke Bal on In Medias Res: Visiting Nalini Malani’s Retrospective Exhibition, New Delhi, 2014
    • Evyn Lê Espiritu, with introduction by Jasbir K. Puar on Civility, Academic Freedom, and the Project of Decolonization: A Conversation with Steven Salaita
    • Laura Hengehold on Revolution from Between: Latour’s Reordering of Things in We Have Never Been Modern
    • Stefanos Geroulanos on Violence and Mechanism: Georges Canguilhem’s Overturning of the Cartesian Legacy

And reviews:

    • Ramsey McGlazer, The Fortress Deserted: Bersani’s Pastorals
    • C. F. S. Creasy, Out of the Spirit of the Medieval: Andrew Cole’s The Birth of Theory 
    • R. D. Perry, The Nation in Pain: Elaine Scarry’s Idiosyncratic Political Theory

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