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March 4, 2021
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Issue 29.2 (December 2020) Is Now Available at Duke University Press!

Announcing Volume 29, No. 2 of qui parle, now available through Duke University Press and Project Muse.

Articles:

  • Mohamad Amer Meziane, How the Critique of Heaven Confines the Critique of the Earth
  • Tyrone S. Palmer, Otherwise than Blackness: Feeling, World, Sublimation
  • Ohad Ben Shimon, A Living Community: Theorizing Immunity from the Autoimmune
  • Anna Feuerstein, “South Africa Is the Land of Pet Animals”; or, The Racializing Assemblages of Colonial Pet-Keeping
  • Christopher McGowan, Workers Entering the Prison: Steve McQueen’s Hunger (2008) as Imperial Labor Film

September 21, 2020
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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.

Articles:

  • 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

February 6, 2020
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Fall/Winter 2019 Special Issue, “Trajectories in Race and Diaspora,” now available in print and online!

This special issue, curated by Qui Parle editorial board member Donna Honarpisheh, contains articles by:

  • Michelle Wright
  • Parisa Vaziri
  • Vilashini Cooppan
  • Poulomi Saha
  • Alexis Pauline Gumbs
  • Calvin Warren
  • Jishnu Guha-Majumdar
  • Jonathan Jacob Moore
  • Juana Catalina Becerra Sandoval & Shireen Hamza
  • Introduction by Donna Honarpisheh

Check out the issue at: https://read.dukeupress.edu/qui-parle/issue/28/2

December 21, 2018
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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

June 1, 2018
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Announcing Volume 27:1, June 2018

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Announcing Volume 27, No. 1 of qui parle, now available in print through Duke University Press, and online through Project Muse and JSTOR.

Articles:

    • Cesare Casarino, The Expression of Time (Spinoza, Deleuze, Cinema)
    • Jenny Sharpe, Thinking “Diaspora” with Stuart Hall
    • Thomas Nail, The Ontology of Motion
    • Kathleen Biddick, Read Yourself! The Griffin Condition on the Day before
      the Last Day
    • Peter Szendy, Face Value (the Prosopa of Money)
    • Dora Zhang, Notes on Atmosphere
    • Daniel Katz, Robert Duncan and the 1960s: Psychoanalysis,
      Politics, Kitsch
    •  Gary Kafer, Wi-Fi Defiance: Autonomy in the Information Age

Review Essays:

    • Joseph Albernaz, Speculum of the Other Cene
    • Dominick Lawton, Unfinished Trials and Sentences: 1917 at 100

December 23, 2017
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Announcing 30th Anniversary Special Issue Volume 26:2

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Announcing Volume 26, No. 2 of qui parle, now available in print through Duke University Press, and online through Project Muse. Cover design from Technologies of Care by Elisa Giardina-Papa.

30th Anniversary Dossier: Who Speaks?:

    • Avital Ronell, The Time of My Life
    • Marianne Constable, When Actions Speak Louder . . .
    • Michael Lucey, On Proust and Talking to Yourself
    • Who Speaks? Thirtieth Anniversary Dossier: Interventions, edited By Patrick Lyons and Simone Stirner
      With interventions from: Jared Sexton • Jean-Luc Nancy • J. Hillis Miller • Lisa Myobun Freinkel • Karen Jacobs • John Culbert Alexander García Düttmann • Michael Naas • Lisa Samuels • Jeff Fort • Ara H. Merjian • Stuart J. Murray and Sara Kendall • Gerhard Richter • Karen Feldman • Alphonso Lingis • Paola Bacchetta • Marjorie Perloff • James Martel • Eli Friedlander • Wayne Koestenbaum • Simon Porzak • John Brenkman • Joseph Vogl • Mieke Bal • Christopher Bracken • Stefanos Geroulanos • Martin Crowley • Michael Marder • Lisa Hofmann-Kuroda

Articles:

    • Helga Tawil-Souri, Checkpoint Time
    • Serguei Alex. Oushakine, How to Grow out of Nothing: The Afterlife of National Rebirth in Postcolonial Belarus
    • Kimberly Juanita Brown, Furia

Literary Works:

    • Pierre Alferi, Fever,  translated by Victoria Bergstrom
    • Jeremy Fernando, A Prayer for Lim Lee Ching
    • Michael D. Snediker, Three Poems

Review Essays:

    • Yuhe Faye Wang,  Performing Race, Speaking the Body: On Asian American Performance Studies and Everyday Racializations
    • Quinn Lester, What about the White People?
    • Donna Honarpisheh, Traces of a Revolution: Reopening the Moment of Contingency in 1979 Iran

June 26, 2017
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Announcing Volume 26:1, Spring/Summer 2017

Announcing Volume 26, No. 1 of qui parle, now available in print through Duke University Press, and online through Project Muse.

This issue includes:

    • Jean-Luc Nancy, Critique, Crisis, Cri, translated by Patrick Lyons
    • Kristina Mendicino, Before Truth: Walter Benjamin’s “Epistemo-Critical Prologue”
    • Christopher Fynsk, Police Actions in Aesthetics: Rancière Reading Deleuze and Lyotard on Art
    • Bernard StieglerThe New Conflict of the Faculties and Functions: Quasi-Causality and Serendipity in the Anthropocene
    • John Paul Ricco, The Commerce of Anonymity
    • Colin Dayan, Possum Hunting
    • Tina M. CamptPerforming Stillness: Diaspora and Stasis in Black German Vernacular Photography
    • Chris KrausBreaking through Memories into Desire

An interview:

    • Basit Kareem IqbalThinking about Method: A Conversation with Talal Asad

And review essays:

    • Rachel Haejin Lim, Nontranscendental Transnationalism
    • Andrew John Barbour, Liberalism, Disfigured

December 3, 2016
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Announcing Volume 25: 1 & 2, Fall/Winter 2016

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Announcing Volume 25, Nos. 1 & 2 of qui parle, now available in print through Duke University Press, and online through Project MUSE and JSTOR.

This issue includes:

    • Jordan Lev Greenwald, Ethics Outside the Human: A Brief Introduction
    • Simone Stirner, All Too Human: A Conversation with Elizabeth Grosz
    • Frédéric Neyrat, Planetary Antigones: The Environmental Situation and the Wandering Condition
    • Peter Skafish, The Descola Variations: The Ontological Geography of Beyond Nature and Culture
    • Zakiyyah Iman Jackson, Losing Manhood: Animality and Plasticity in the (Neo)Slave Narrative
    • Anne-Lise François, “Shadow Boxing”: Empty Blows, Practice Steps, and Nature’s Hold

And the article:

    • Daniel Colucciello Barber, World-Making and Grammatical Impasse

And reviews:

    • Hossein Ayazi, Liberal Modernity and Its Fictions: Lisa Lowe’s The Intimacies of Four Continents
    • Kathryn Crim, The Ghostly Gait of Michel de Certeau
    • Isobel Palmer, The Lyric and Its Discontents 
    • Ragini Tharoor Srinivasan, Divisions of Labor: Between Cheah’s Worlds 
    • Chad Shomura, New Humanisms 

June 17, 2016
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Announcing Volume 24:2, Spring/Summer 2016

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Announcing Volume 24, no. 2 of qui parle, now available in print through Duke University Press, and online through Project MUSE and JSTOR.

This issue includes:

    • Emily O’Rourke, The Clamor of the Visible: An Introduction
    • Rei Terada, Repletion: Masao Adachi’s Totality
    • Damon R. Young, Visage/Con: Catherine Breillat and the Antinomies of Sex
    • Eugenie Brinkema,  Violence and the Diagram; Or, The Human Centipede
    • Martin Crowley,  No Futures (Duras 72/77)
    • Georges Didi-Huberman, translated by Jordan-Lev Greenwald, The Message of the Papillons

And the article:

    • Michael Marder, An Ode to Amekhania

And reviews:

    • Katie Kadue, Green Shade: Loser Vegetables in Plant Theory
    • Simone Stirner, On the Miniature, the Modern, the Metropolis