Volume 18, Numbers 1-2 Emotions

Contents

ALPHONSO LINGIS
Strange Emotions in Contemporary Theory

MAGDALENA OSTAS
Kant with Michael Fried: Feeling, Absorption, and Interiority in the Critique of Judgment

PATRICK LEE MILLER
Psychoanalysis as Spirituality

SJOERD VAN TUINEN
A Thymotic Left?: Peter Sloterdijk and the Psychopolitics of Ressentiment

PATRICK COLM HOGAN
A Passion for Plot: Prolegomena to Affective Narratology

PETER WILLIAMS
Living ”As and Where We Are”: Feeling and the Emotions as Situated Poetics

DAVID SCHALKWYK
Is Love an Emotion?: Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night and Antony and Cleopatra

JOHN C. FREEMAN
Interrogating the Soliloquist: Does It Really Go without Saying?

FRANCES L. RESTUCCIA
The Virtue of Blushing: Assimilating Anxiety into Shame in Haneke’s Caché

SANDHYA SHUKLA
Loving the Other in 1970s Harlem: Race, Space, and Place in Aaron Loves Angela

ERIC DEAN RASMUSSEN
E. L. Doctorow’s Vicious Eroticism: Dangerous Affect in The Book of Daniel

JEFFREY J. WILLIAMS
Uneasy Work

TERRY CAESAR
Diary of a Retirement

LYNN Z. BLOOM
Critical Emoticons

General Articles

EYAL AMIRAN
The Open Access Debate

TIM DEINES
Re-marking the Ultra-transcendental in Moby-Dick

Review Articles

JEFFREY R. DI LEO
To Save Academe

GREGG LAMBERT
French Theory: The Movie

DINDA L. GORLÉE
Religious Skeptic

MARCEL CORNIS-POPE
Reinventing a Past: Historical Author Figures in Recent Postmodern Fiction

JOHN McGOWAN
American the Hopless

ERIC DEAN RASMUSSEN
Works of Violent Love

WILLIAM FLESCH
What We Think about When We Think about Fictional Characters

GREGORY FLAXMAN and BEN ROGERSON
The Economy of Fear

NANCY R. CIRILLO
Secularity and the Church in the Novel of the Third Republic

TERRY CAESAR
Business Cards and Unions

Interviews

JEFFREY J. WILLIAMS
True Stories: An Interview with Lee Gutkind

JEFFREY J. WILLIAMS
The Prurient Detective: An Interview with Wayne Koestenbaum