Issue 29.1 (June 2020) Is Now Available at Duke University Press!

Announcing Volume 29, No. 1 of qui parle, now available through Duke University Press and Project Muse.


  • Keith P. Feldman, Carceral Entanglement in the Work of Leila Abdelrazaq
  • Judith Butler, Indefinite Detention
  • Mathias Schönher, The Late Masterwork of Gilles Deleuze: Linking Style to Method in What Is Philosophy?
  • Bruno Penteado, Critical (Dis)pleasure
  • William S. Allen, Blanchot and Lautréamont
  • Kaspar Villadsen, I Assure You, We Have the Strictest Alien Act Possible!: The Emergence of the Concept of “Risky Immigrants” in Denmark

Review Essays:

  • Rajbir Singh Judge, Mind the Gap: Islam, Secularism, and the Law
  • Jonas Teupert, Pact with the People?: Popular Genres, Public Concerns, and the Politics of Representation

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