Volume 20, Numbers 1-2 Violence

Contents

PETER HITCHCOCK
Revolutionary Violence: A Critique

LEEROM MEDOVOI
Swords and Regulation: Towards a Theory of Political Violence in the Neoliberal Moment

RICK ELMORE
Revisiting Violence and Life in the Early Work of Jacques Derrida

ZAHI ZALLOUA
Betting on Ressentiment: Žižek with Nietzsche

WILLIAM O. SAAS
Critique of Charismatic Violence

WILLIAM V. SPANOS
Arab Spring, 2011: A Symptomatic Reading of the Revolution (To the Memory of Edward W. Said)

JEREMY ENGELS
The Rhetoric of Violence: Sarah Palin’s Response to the Tucson Shooting

JOHN RIOFRIO
Spectacles of Incarceration: Ideological Violence in Prison Documentaries

TIM MATTS AND AIDAN TYNAN
Geotrauma and the Eco-clinic: Nature, Violence, and Ideology

MEGAN FOLEY
Peitho and Bia: The Force of Language

DUSTIN E. HOWES
Creating Necessity: Well-Used Violence in the Thought of Machiavelli

GERALD DAVID NAUGHTON AND
YULIA PUSHKAREVSKAYA NAUGHTON
The Awkward Aesthetics of Violence in Saul Bellow and Marguerite Duras

MIHAELA P. HARPER
Turning to Debris: Ethics of Violence in Wilkomirski’s Fragments and Beigbeder’s Windows on the World

JEFFREY R. DI LEO AND
SOPHIA A. MCCLENNEN
Postscript on Violence

General Articles

HORACE L. FAIRLAMB
Breaking the Pax Magisteriorum: The New War of Science and Religion

ARNDT NIEBISCH
Kafka’s Tourists and the Technological Sublime

LORRAINE MARKOTIC
Enigma, Semblance, and Natural Beauty in Adorno’s Epistemological Aesthetics

Review Articles

DINDA L. GORLÉE
Wittgenstein’s Extraterritoriality

BRIAN O’KEEFFE
I, Robot

JEFFREY R. DI LEO
This Humanities Which Is Not One

MARK COECKELBERGH
Hacking Feenberg

GUY RISKO
Critically Thinking the Transnational Critic

ALAN D. SCHRIFT
Intersecting Lives

DONALD HEDRICK
To Discipline or Not to Discipline

Interviews

JEFFREY J. WILLIAMS
Rewriting Literary History: An Interview with Elaine Showalter

JEFFREY J. WILLIAMS
Criticism and Connection: An Interview with Michael Walzer