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6 POST*45 POST*45 PHILOSOPHY AND SOCIAL THEORY 7 A SERIES EDITED BY LOREN GLASS AND KATE MARSHALL Neoliberalism’s Demons Unpublished Fragments Unpublished Fragments Taking Turns with the Earth Jazz As Critique What Is a Border? On the Political Theology of from the Period of Thus (Spring 1885–Spring 1886) Phenomenology, , Adorno and Black Expression Manlio Graziano Late Capital Volume 16 and Intergenerational Justice Revisited Spoke Zarathustra (Summer The fall of the Berlin Wall, symbol Adam Kotsko 1882–Winter 1883/84) Friedrich Nietzsche Matthias Fritsch Fumi Okiji of the bipolar order that emerged Neoliberalism is usually considered Volume 14 Translated, with an Afterword, The environmental crisis, one of the A sustained engagement with after World War II, seemed to an economic policy agenda, but Friedrich Nietzsche by Adrian Del Caro great challenges of our time, tends Theodor Adorno, Jazz As Critique inaugurate an age of ever fewer borders. The liberalization and Neoliberalism’s Demons argues that it Translated, with an Afterword, by This volume provides the first to disenfranchise those who come looks to jazz for ways of understanding integration of markets, the creation is much more than that. A complete Paul S. Loeb and David F. Tinsley English translation of all Nietzsche’s after us. Arguing that as temporary the inadequacies of contemporary of vast free-trade zones, and the birth worldview, neoliberalism presents unpublished notes from the period inhabitants of the earth, we cannot be life. Adorno’s writings on jazz are Edited by Alan D. Schrift of a new political and monetary the competitive marketplace as the in which he wrote his breakthrough indifferent to future generations, this notoriously dismissive. Nevertheless, and Duncan Large union in Europe, for instance, all model for true human flourishing, philosophical books Beyond Good book draws on phenomenology and Adorno does have faith in the appeared to point in that direction. transforming every aspect of our This volume provides the first and Evil and On the Genealogy of poststructuralism to help us conceive critical potential of some musical Only thirty years later, though, shared social life. English translation of Nietzsche’s Morality. Keen to reinvent himself of relations in connection with traditions. Music, he suggests, can unpublished notebooks from the human temporality. 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8 PHILOSOPHY AND SOCIAL THEORY PHILOSOPHY AND SOCIAL THEORY 9 The Art of Revolt Judge and Punish Creation and Anarchy What Is Real? What Is Philosophy? Karman Snowden, Assange, Manning The Penal State on Trial The Work of Art and the Giorgio Agamben Giorgio Agamben A Brief Treatise on , Guilt, Religion of Capitalism and Gesture Geoffroy de Lagasnerie Geoffroy de Lagasnerie Eighty years ago, Ettore Majorana, Translated by Lorenzo Chiesa When not decried as traitors, Geoffroy de Lagasnerie spent Giorgio Agamben a brilliant student of Enrico Fermi, In attempting to answer the Giorgio Agamben Edward Snowden, Julian Assange, years sitting in on trials, watching Translated by Adam Kotsko disappeared under mysterious question posed by this book’s title, Translated by Adam Kotsko and Chelsea Manning are seen as individuals were judged and Creation and the giving of orders are circumstances while going by ship Giorgio Agamben does not address What does it mean to be responsible as whistle-blowers whose crucial sentenced for violent crimes. His closely entwined in Western culture, from Palermo to Naples. How is the idea of philosophy itself. Rather, for our actions? In this brief and revelations are meant to denounce experience led to this original where God commands the world it possible that the most talented he turns to the apparently most elegant study, Giorgio Agamben a problem or correct an injustice. reflection on the penal state, into existence and later issues physicist of his generation vanished insignificant of its components: traces our most profound moral Yet, for Geoffroy de Lagasnerie, they power, and violence that identifies the injunctions known as the Ten without leaving a trace? It has long the phonemes, letters, syllables, intuitions back to their roots in the are much more—they are exemplars a paradox in the way justice is Commandments. The arche, or been speculated that Majorana decided and words that come together to sphere of law and punishment. Moral who have reinvented an art of revolt. exercised. 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10 PHILOSOPHY AND SOCIAL THEORY MERIDIAN: MERIDIAN: CROSSING AESTHETICS 11 CROSSING AESTHETICS Haunting History The Implicated Subject Being with the Dead Sediments of Time Whither Fanon? Theodor Adorno and the For a Deconstructive Approach Beyond Victims and Perpetrators Burial, Ancestral Politics, and the On Possible Histories Studies in the Blackness of Being Century of Negative Identity to the Past Roots of Historical Consciousness Michael Rothberg Reinhart Koselleck David Marriott Eric Oberle Ethan Kleinberg Hans Ruin Translated and Edited by When it comes to historical violence Frantz Fanon may be most known Identity has become a central feature This book argues for a deconstructive and contemporary inequality, none All humans have developed Sean Franzel and for his political writings, but he was of national conversations. We have approach to the practice and writing of us are completely innocent. techniques of caring for and Stefan-Ludwig Hoffmann first a clinician, a black Caribbean learned to think positively in terms of history at a moment when available Arguing that the familiar categories communicating with the dead. The Sediments of Time features the most psychiatrist who had the improbable of identity when it comes to personal forms for writing and publishing are of victim, perpetrator, and bystander premise of Being with the Dead is important essays by renowned task of treating disturbed and freedom, social rights, and group undergoing radical transformation. do not adequately account for our that we can explore our lives with German historian Reinhart Koselleck traumatized North African patients membership and negatively when it Ethan Kleinberg explores the legacy connection to injustices past and the dead as an existential a priori not previously available in English, during the wars of decolonization. comes to discrimination, bias, and and impact of deconstruction on present, Michael Rothberg offers a out of which the basic forms of several of them essential to his Investigating and foregrounding the hate crimes. Turning to the Frankfurt American historical work; the current new theory of political responsibility historical consciousness emerge. theory of history. The volume sheds clinical system that Fanon devised School and drawing on Isaiah Berlin’s fetishization of lived experience, through the figure of the implicated Care for the dead is not just about new light on Koselleck’s crucial in an attempt to intervene against famous distinction between positive materialism, and the “real”; new subject. The Implicated Subject builds the symbolic handling of mortal concerns, including his theory of negrophobia and anti-blackness, this and negative liberty, Theodor Adorno trends in philosophy of history; and on Rothberg’s previous influential remains; it also points to a sediments of time; his theory of book rereads his clinical and political and the Century of Negative Identity the persistence of ontological realism work on memory to engage in the necropolitics, the social bond historical repetition, duration, and work together, arguing that the two considers the history of positive and as the dominant mode of thought for analysis of cultural texts, archives, between the dead and living that acceleration; his encounters with are mutually imbricated. For the first negative identity and its expanding conventional historians. Arguing and activist movements from such holds societies together—a shared philosophical and time, Fanon’s therapeutic innovations application. The result is an examination that this ontological realist mode of contested zones as transitional space where the dead are maintained political and legal thought; his are considered along with his more of those parts of our modern identity thinking is reinforced by current South Africa, contemporary Israel/ among the living. Moving from concern with the limits of historical overtly political and cultural writings that describe domination, alterity, analog publishing practices, Kleinberg Palestine, post-Holocaust Europe, mortuary rituals to literary meaning; and his views on historical to ask how the crises of war affected ontologized , and victim- advocates for a hauntological and a transatlantic realm marked representations, from the problem commemoration, including that his practice, informed his politics, blaming. Covering the period of the approach to history that follows by the afterlives of slavery. As these of ancestrality to technologies of the Second World War and the and shaped his subsequent ideas. Frankfurt School’s American exile, the work of and diverse sites of inquiry indicate, the of survival and intergenerational Holocaust. A critical preface addresses This combination of the clinical and Eric Oberle examines how the critique embraces a past that is at once processes and histories illuminated communication, Hans Ruin some of the challenges and potentials political involves a psycho-politics of racism, authoritarianism, and present and absent, available and by implicated subjectivity are legion explores the epistemological, ethical, of Koselleck’s reception in the that is, by definition, complex, hard-right agitation influenced the restricted, rather than a fixed in our interconnected world. An and ontological dimensions of what Anglophone world. difficult, and perpetually challenging. self-conception of both Americans and static snapshot of a moment array of globally prominent artists, it means to be with the dead. His He details this psycho-politics from and Germans and considers how a in time. writers, and thinkers—speak to phenomenological approach to key “Koselleck put the concepts of two points of view: that of Fanon’s experience, waiting, and repetition at new form of politics, based not on this interconnection and show how socio-therapy, its diagnostic methods 208 pages, 2017 sources in a range of fields gives us the center of his thought. 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12 MERIDIAN: CULTURAL MEMORY IN THE PRESENT CULTURAL MEMORY IN THE PRESENTHISTORY 13 CROSSING AESTHETICS A SERIES EDITED BY HENT DE VRIES A SERIES EDITED BY HENT DE VRIES Transparency in Iconoclasm As Child’s Phonopoetics Text Technologies with Computers The Birth and Death of Postwar France Joe Moshenska The Making of Early Literary A History Textual Scholarship, A Critical History of the Present Recordings Computational , and Regimes of Relevance in Russia During the Reformation, rejected Elaine Treharne David Mitchell’s Cloud Atlas and Beyond Stefanos Geroulanos sacred objects were not always Jason Camlot and Claude Willan Martin Paul Eve This book offers a panorama of post burned or broken; they were Phonopoetics tells the story of The field of text technologies is a Galin Tihanov war French thought where attempts sometimes given to children as early “talking records” and their capacious analytical framework Most contemporary digital studies Until the 1940s, when awareness to show the perils of transparency toys. Play is usually seen as free significance for literature from that focuses on all textual records are interested in distant-reading of began to in politics, ethics, and knowledge and open, while iconoclasm, even the invention of the phonograph throughout human history, from paradigms for large-scale literary spread, literary theory remained led to major conceptual inventions. to those who deem it necessary, is to the first recorded performances the earliest periods of traceable history. This book asks what happens almost exclusively a Russian and Between 1945 and 1985, academics, violent and disenchanting. What of modernist works. The book communication—perhaps as early when such telescopic techniques Eastern European invention. The artists, revolutionaries, and state does it say about wider attitudes challenges assumptions of as 60,000 BCE—to the present day. function as a microscope instead. Birth and Death of Literary Theory functionaries spoke of transparency toward religious violence and playing contemporary criticism by taking At its core, it examines the material The first monograph to bring a range tells the story of literary theory by in pejorative terms. Associating it children that these two seemingly the recorded, oral performance history of communication: what of computational methods to bear on focusing on its formative interwar with the prying eyes of totalitarian different activities were sometimes as its primary object of analysis constitutes a text, the purposes for a single novel in a sustained fashion, decades in Russia. A comprehensive governments, they undertook one and the same? Drawing and by exploring the convergences which it is intended, how it functions, it focuses on the award-winning and account of every important Russian a critical project against it—in on sixteenth-century artifacts, between audio recording and the social ends that it serves. -bending Cloud Atlas (2004). trend between the world wars, the artworks, and texts, as well as on technologies, media formats, Published in two very different education, policing, social This coursebook can be used to book traces their wider impact in ancient and modern of generic forms, and the institutions versions worldwide without anyone psychology, economic policy, and support any pedagogical or research the West during the 20th and 21st iconoclasm and of play, this book and practices surrounding the taking much notice, David Mitchell’s the management of information. activities in text technologies, the centuries. Ranging from Formalism argues that the desire to shape and literary. Jason Camlot explains novel is ideal fodder for a textual- Focusing on Sartre, Lacan, history of the book, the history of and Bakhtin to the legacy of interpret the playing of children is the literary significance of these genetic publishing history, reflections Canguilhem, Lévi-Strauss, Leroi- information, and textually-based classic literary theory in our post- an important cultural force. Not voice artifacts by analyzing early on micro-tectonic shifts in language Gourhan, Foucault, Derrida, and work in the digital humanities. Text deconstruction, world literature era, only is this type of iconoclasm a promotional about the by authors who move between others, this book explores the work Technologies: A History will enable Galin Tihanov provides answers fascinating phenomenon in its own phonograph as a new kind of , and explorations of how we of ethicists, who proposed that students and teachers to generate to two fundamental questions: right; it has the potential to alter speaker and initiatives to deploy it imagine people wrote in bygone individuals are transparent neither multiple lines of inquiry into how What does it mean to think about our understanding of the threshold as a pedagogical tool to heighten eras. Though Close Reading with to each other nor to themselves, and communication—its production, literature theoretically, and what between the religious and the literary experience. Through Computers focuses on but one novel, , who clamored for form and materiality, and recep- happens to literary theory when secular, the forms and functions of interpretations of a great variety of it has a crucial exemplary function: new epistemological foundations. tion—is crucial to any interpretation this option is no longer available? play, and the nature of historical voices and media, his history offers author Martin Paul Eve demonstrates Asserting radical historicity, he “This extremely impressive semiotic transformation and continuity. of culture, history, and society. history challenges us to think about an unusual perspective on the a set of methods and provides offers us as a time-limited way of texts, their contexts, and our present 336 pages, April 2019 transition from the Victorian to STANFORD TEXT TECHNOLOGIES open-source software tools that reflecting upon literature—not in 9780804798501 Cloth $65.00 $52.00 sale Modern periods and sheds 192 pages, May 2019 others can use in their own literary- in fascinating new ways.” 9781503603844 Paper $24.95 $19.96 sale order to write theory’s obituary —Camille Robcis, Cornell University new light on our own digitally critical practices. but to examine its continuous mediated relationship to the past. 256 pages, June 2019 presence across successive regimes 520 pages, 2017 9781503609365 Paper $24.95 $19.96 sale 9781503604599 Paper $29.95 $23.96 sale 280 pages, June 2019 of relevance. 9781503605213 Cloth $60.00 $48.00 sale 304 pages, July 2019 9780804785228 Cloth $55.00 $44.00 sale 14 CULTURAL MEMORY LITERATURE AND LITERARY STUDIES LITERATURE AND LITERARY STUDIES 15 IN THE PRESENT FROM PhiloLitThry 2017

The Border and the Line Race and Upward Mobility Uncle Tom The Experimental Imagination Other Englands Failures of Feeling Race, Literature, and Los Angeles Seeking, Gatekeeping, and Other From Martyr to Traitor Literary Knowledge and Science in , Capital, and Empire in Insensibility and the Novel Dean J. Franco Class Strategies in Postwar America Adena Spingarn the British Enlightenment an Age of Transition Wendy Anne Lee Los Angeles is a city of borders and Elda María Román Foreword by Henry Louis Gates, Jr. Tita Chico Sarah Hogan This book recovers the curious lines, from the freeways that transect In recent decades, Mexican American From his origins as the Christ-like Challenging the “two ” Other Englands examines the rise history of the “insensible” in the Age its neighborhoods to streets like and African American cultural of Harriet Beecher Stowe’s debate, The Experimental Imagination of the early English utopia in the of Sensibility. Contemporary critical Pico Boulevard that slash across productions have seen a proliferation anti-slavery novel (1852), Uncle tells the story of how context of emergent capitalism. theory often simplifies or disregards the city from the ocean to the heart of upward mobility narratives. Tom has become a widely recognized came to be distinguished from Beginning with the paradigmatic earlier accounts of emotions, while of downtown, creating both Surveying literature, film, and epithet for a black person deemed so science as a source of truth about popular of Thomas More eighteenth-century studies has ethnic enclaves and pathways for television from the 1940s to the 2000s, subservient to whites that he betrays the natural and social worlds in the and Francis Bacon but attentive to tended to focus on cultural histories interracial connection. Examining Elda María Román brings forth his race. Adena Spingarn offers the British Enlightenment. Tita Chico non-canonical examples from the of sympathy. Wendy Anne Lee’s neighborhoods in east, south these narratives, untangling how first comprehensive account of this shows that early science relied on margins of the tradition, the study more philosophical inquiry corrects central, and west LA—and their they present the intertwined effects figure in the American imagination, what she calls literary knowledge to charts a shifting and, by the time of for both of these oversights. imaginative by of capitalism and white supremacy. demonstrating his centrality to present its experimental findings. the English Revolution, self-critical Proposing a fresh take on emotions Chicana, African American, and American conversations about race More radically, she contends that effort to think communities in in the history of the novel, Failures Race and Upward Mobility examines Jewish American writers—this book and racial representation from 1852 science was made intellectually dynamic socio-spatial forms. Arguing of Feeling opens up literary history’s how in American literature class investigates the moral and political to the present. We learn of the radical possible because its main discoveries hat early utopias have been widely most provocative cases of unfeeling, and ethnicity afford people of implications of negotiating space. political potential of the novel’s many and technologies could be articulated misunderstood and maligned as from the iconic scrivener who would color material and symbolic wages theatrical spinoffs, its changing in literary terms. While early scientists static, finished polities, Sarah Hogan prefer not to and the reviled stock The Border and the Line takes up as they traverse class divisions. fortunes in the post–Civil War and deployed to describe the makes the case that utopian figure of the prude, to the heroic the central conceit of “the neighbor” Román traces how four character Jim Crow eras, and how Tom was phenomena they defined, literary literature offered readers and writers rape survivor, the burnt-out man- to consider how the geography of types model a distinct strategy for censored by black cultural figures of writers used scientific metaphors to a transformational and transitional of-feeling, and the hard-hearted racial identification and interracial negotiating race and class. Her the Harlem Renaissance. Through make the case for the epistemological social imaginary. She shows how Jane Austen. The result is a new encounters are represented and comparative analysis advances a Uncle Tom, black Americans have superiority of literary knowledge. a genre associated with imagining theory of mind and of the novel even made possible by literary more nuanced understanding of contested the viability of various With its recourse to imagination as systemic alternatives both contested predicated on an essential paradox: language. Dean J. Franco probes how the class-based complexities of strategies for racial progress and a more reliable source of truth than and contributed to the ideological the very phenomenon that would race is formed and transformed racial identity. any empirical account, literary construction of capitalist imperialism. appear to halt feeling and in literature and in everyday life, defined the most desirable and “A tour de force of intersectional knowledge facilitates a redefinition In the early English utopia, she actually compels them. Contrary in the works of Helena María harmful images of black personhood critique and analysis: of authority and evidence, as well finds both a precursor to the to the assumption that fictional Viramontes, Paul Beatty, James in literature and popular culture. innovative, imaginative, and an as of the self and society, implicitly Enlightenment discourse of political investment relies on a richness of Baldwin, and the writers of the infinitely generative book.” “There are numerous studies of articulating the difference that economy and another historical interior life, Lee shows instead Watts Writers Workshop. —George Lipsitz, Uncle Tom’s Cabin. This is the author of How Racism Takes Place richest, most provocative, and most would come to distinguish the arts perspective on the beginnings and that nothing incites the passions STANFORD STUDIES IN COMPARATIVE and sciences. enduring conflicts of global capital. like dispassion. 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When Melodies Gather Samuel Liebhaber The Mahra people of the southern Literary Primitivism Archaeology of Babel Tubercular Capital Inscrutable Belongings Arabian Peninsula Ben Etherington The Colonial Foundation of Illness and the Conditions of Queer Asian North American Fiction the Humanities Modern Jewish Writing have no written Primitivism has long been accepted Stephen Hong Sohn Siraj Ahmed Sunny S. Yudkoff language but instead as a transhistorical tendency of the Inscrutable Belongings considers have a rich oral tradition. Samuel Liebhaber takes “civilized” to idealize that primitive For more than three decades, Tubercular Capital tells the story of narrative strategies in queer Asian condition against which they define preeminent scholars in comparative Yiddish and Hebrew writers whose North American literature through readers on a tour through their poetry, which he themselves. The first overview of literature and postcolonial studies lives and work were transformed by extended readings of texts involving collected in audio and video recordings over the this vast topic in forty years, Literary have called for a return to philology a tubercular diagnosis. Moving from LGBTQ Asian North American course of several years. Primitivism maps out previous as the indispensable basis of critical eastern Europe to the Italian Peninsula, storytellers. In these narratives, Asian scholarly paradigms, provides a method in the humanities. Against and from Mandate Palestine to the North American queer people are Based on this material, Liebhaber develops a new succinct and readable account of such calls, this book argues that the Rocky Mountains, Sunny S. 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