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Announcing Volume 27:2, December 2018

Announcing Volume 27, No. 2 of qui parle, now available in print through Duke University Press, and online through Project Muse, including the special dossier titled “Friendship: Correspondences”.

Articles:

  • Jacques Rancière, The Politics of Fiction
  • Thomas Schestag, Two Incompletes
  • Laura U. Marks, Lively Up Your Ontology: Bringing Deleuze into Ṣadrā’s Modulated Universe
  • David Marriott, The X of Representation: Rereading Stuart Hall

Dossier – Friendship: Correspondences

  • Jessica Ruffin, Friendship: Correspondences: Introduction
  • Thomas Laqueur and Alexander Nehamas, Can a Dog Really Be a Man’s Best Friend?: An Exchange Between Humans
  • Amy Fung-yi Lee and Kiran Chandra, How Do You Draw a Frog?: A Visual Conversation
  • Courtney Sato, “A Picture of Peace”: Friendship in Interwar Pacific Women’s Internationalism
  • Jessica Ruffin and Simone Stirner, Between Friends

Review Essays:

  • Spencer Adams, Staging the Speculative: On Kim Stanley Robinson’s New York: 2140

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