Volume 21, Numbers 1-2 Critical Climate

Contents

ADELINE JOHNS-PUTRA
A New Critical Climate

TIMOTHY CLARK
The Deconstructive Turn in Environmental Criticism

JEFFREY R. DI LEO
Can Theory Save the Planet? Critical Climate Change and the Limits of Theory

TIMOTHY MORTON
Poisoned Ground: Art and Philosophy in the Time of Hyperobjects

CLAIRE COLEBROOK
Framing the End of the Species: Images without Bodies

THOMAS H. FORD
Aura in the Anthropocene

MATTHEW GRIFFITHS
Climate Change and the Individual Talent: Eliotic Ecopoetics

DEBORAH LILLEY
Theories of Certain Uncertainty: Climate Change and Negative Capability

MAGGIE KAINULAINEN
Saying Climate Change: Ethics of the Sublime and the Problem of Representation

ADELINE JOHNS-PUTRA
Environmental Care Ethics: Notes Toward a New Materialist Critique

GREGERS ANDERSEN
Greening the Sphere: Towards an Eco-Ethics for the Local and Artificial

GERT GOEMINNE
Does the Climate Need Consensus? The Politics of Climate Change Revisisted

MATT SPENCER
Doing Science Justice: Speculative Materialism and the Faculty of Research

BRIAN LENNON
New Stationary States: Real Time and History’s Disquiet

KAREN PINKUS
Thinking Diverse Futures from a Carbon Present

JOHN MILLER
Biodiversity and the Abyssal Limits of the Human

ADAM TREXLER
Integrating Agency with Climate Critique

General Articles

SEAN BRAUNE
How to Analyze Texts that Were Burned,
Lost, Fragmented, or Never Written

HENRY A. GIROUX
The Disimagination Machine
and the Pathologies of Power

FRIDA BECKMAN
Chronopolitics: Space, Time and Revolution in the Later Novels of J.G. Ballard

WILLIAM V. SPANOS
American Exceptionalism in the Post-9/11 Era: The Myth and the Reality

Review Articles

ROBERT SAVINO OVENTILE
Paul de Man Now, or,
Nihilism in the Right Company

GREG HAINGE
Metacritique in the Eighth Circle of Hell

Interviews

JEFFREY J. WILLIAMS
Rewriting the History of American Literature:
An Interview with Gordon Hutner

JEFFREY J. WILLIAMS
Inferential Man: An Interview with Robert Brandom