YearArticle NameAuthor
2019Hegel’s racism for radicalsRei Terada
2019Humor and the Law of Rights: Voltaire’s Cosmopolitan Optimism and Emile Habiby’s Dissensual PessoptimismLiron Mor
2019Resistance into Incitement: Translation, Legislation, ‘Early Detection’ and the Palestinian Poet’s IntentionLiron Mor
2018Saturated Crime: Pope.L’s ReenactorRei Terada
2017Settler ColonialismAlicia Cox
2017Translation Theory in a Comparative Literature DepartmentJane O. Newman
2016Mediating Amicably? The Birth of the Trauerspiel out of the Letter of WestphaliaJane O. Newman
2016Recovering a Sovereign Erotic: Two-Spirit Writers 'Reclaim a Name for Ourselves'Alicia Cox, Ed. Deborah Lea Madsen.
2015The ‘German’ Origin of the Birth of TheoryJane O. Newman
2014Remembering Polingaysi: A Queer Recovery of No Turning Back as a Decolonial TextAlicia Cox
2012Hegel’s BearingsRei Terada
2011Looking at the Stars ForeverRei Terada
2011Out of Place: Free Speech, Disruption, and Student ProtestRei Terada
2011The Frailty of the OnticRei Terada
2011The Life Process and Forgettable LivingRei Terada
2010The Open Access DebateEyal Amiran
2010The Rhetoric of Digital Utopia after Sade: Utopian Architecture and the Static Subject of Digital ArtEyal Amiran
2009Classics and Counterpublics in Nineteenth-Century Historically Black CollegesSusan C. Jarratt
2009Living a Ruined Life: De Quincey Beyond the WorstRei Terada
2008After the Critique of LyricRei Terada
2008Narratives and Deep Histories: Freyre, Arguedas, Roa Bastos, RulfoAdriana Michèle Campos Johnson
2007Epigones in the House of Language: Benjamin on KrausAlexander Gelley
2007Scruples, or, Faith in DerridaRei Terada
2006Everydayness and SubalternityAdriana Michèle Campos Johnson
2006Revolution in AbstractionEyal Amiran
2006Transnational Identifications: Biliterate Writers in a First-Year Humanities CourseSusan C. Jarratt
2005Seeing is ReadingRei Terada
2005Subalternizing CanudosAdriana Michèle Campos Johnson
2005We, the Future of Jacques DerridaEyal Amiran
2004Phenomenality and Dissatisfaction in Coleridge’s NotebooksRei Terada
2004Queer at Last? Straight Intellectuals and the Desire for TransgressionAnnette Schlichter
2004The War of the End of the World or the end of ideologyAdriana Michèle Campos Johnson
2004Thinking for Oneself: Realism and Defiance in ArendtRei Terada
2003Critical Madness, Enunciative Excess: The Figure of the Madwoman in Postmodern Feminist TextsAnnette Schlichter
2002Philosophical Self-Denial: Wittgenstein and the Fear of Public LanguageRei Terada
2002Salman Rushdie - Postmodernism: The Key FiguresEyal Amiran
2002Sappho’s MemorySusan C. Jarratt
2001La peregrinación de Bayoán: writing (and failing) in the house of pilgrimsAdriana Michèle Campos Johnson
2000After Dynamic NarratologyEyal Amiran
2000Pathos (Allegories of Reading)Rei Terada
1999Contexts of the Aesthetic in Walter BenjaminAlexander Gelley
1999Imaginary Seductions: Derrida and Emotion TheoryRei Terada
1999On the Myth of the German-Jewish Dialogue: Scholem and BenjaminAlexander Gelley
1999Reading Roberto Schwarz: Outside Out-of-Place IdeasAdriana Michèle Campos Johnson
1998De Man and Mallarmé ‘Between the Two DeathsRei Terada
1998The Publishing Imaginary and Electronic MediaEyal Amiran
1997Electronic Time and the Serials RevolutionEyal Amiran
1996Against Narratology: Postmodern Narrative ReturnsEyal Amiran
1996De Man, Blanchot, and the Fate of the PastRei Terada
1996The Rhetoric of Serials at the Present TimeEyal Amiran
1995Austin and Antin about "About"Rei Terada
1991Refereed Electronic Journals and the Future of Scholarly PublishingEyal Amiran