Sunday, December 27, 2009

Pub: Chambers, Samuel A., and Michael O'Rourke, eds. JACQUES RANCIERE ON THE SHORES OF QUEER THEORY. BORDERLANDS 8.2 (2009).

Introduction: Samuel A. Chambers and Michael O'Rourke, Jacques Rancière on the Shores of Queer Theory Essays: Todd May, There are no Queers: Jacques Rancière and Post-Identity Politics Samuel A. Chambers, A Queer Politics of the Democratic Miscount Chas. Phillips, Difference, Disagreement and the Thinking of Queerness Oliver Davis, Rancière and Queer Theory: On Irritable Attachment Sudeep Dasgupta, Words, Bodies, Times: Queer Theory Before and After Itself Nina Power, Non-Reproductive Futurism: Rancière’s Rational Equality against Edelman’s Body Apolitic Hector Kollias, How Queer is the Demos? Politics, sex, and equality Patricia MacCormack, Inhuman Evanescence Richard Stamp, The Torsion of Politics and Friendship in Derrida, Foucault and Rancière Paul Bowman, Aberrant Pedagogies: JR, QT and Bruce Lee Roger Cook, Aesthetic Revolution, the Staging of (‘Homosexual’) Equality and Contemporary Art Daniel Williford, Queer Aesthetics Afterword: Adrian Rifkin, Oh I do like to be beside the seaside (Now Voyager) ... on misunderstanding Rancière and Queer Theory Reviews: Anatoli Ignatov, The Re-turn to the Other: In Search of New Ontologies of International Relations (Carl Schmitt, The Concept of the Political: Expanded Edition; Anthony Burke, Beyond Security, Ethics and Violence: War against the Other; Louiza Odysseos, The Subject of Coexistence: Otherness in International Relations) Edward Cavanagh, Settler Revolutions and Indigenous Dissolutions (James Belich, Replenishing the Earth: The Settler Revolution and theRise of the Anglo-world, 1783-1939) Mark W. Westmoreland, Race, Racism and (Pedagogical) Rupture (Carolyn Fluehr-Lobban, Race and Racism: an Introduction) Access the issue here:

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