Volume 22, Numbers 1-2 Austerity

Contents

HENRY A. GIROUX
Austerity and the Poison of Neoliberal Miseducation

CHRISTOPHER BREU
Against Austerity: Toward a New Sensuality

KENNETH J. SALTMAN
The Austerity School: Grit, Character, and the Privatization of Public Education

JEFFREY R. DI LEO
A Dog’s Life: Austerity and Conduct in Neoliberal Academe

ROBERT APPELBAUM
Sunken Treasure: The Cultural Logic of Austerity

MARCIA KLOTZ
The Debt Economy and the Politics of Profanation

J. PAUL NARKUNAS
Austere Subjectivity and Tea Parties: Between Individual Freedom and the Individualization of Risk

MICHELLE TY
Austerity and the Speculative Logic of Derivatives

AARON MAURO
Ordinary Happiness: Marilynne Robinson’s Tragic Economies of Debt and Forgiveness

VINCENT BRUYERE
Of a Survivalist Tone Adopted in Literary Studies

General Articles

SIGI JÖTTKANDT
Topographies of a Cinematic City: Vladimir Nabokov’s ”A Guide to Berlin”

LOUIS ARMAND
Guerrilla Bathes at Noon: Revolutionary Poetics or the Poetics of Anachronism

NATHAN SNAZA
“The Reign of Man is Over”: The Vampire, the Animal and the Human in Maupassant’s ”Le Horla”

ALIREZA FAKHRKONANDEH
The Acousmatic Voice as the Chiasmatic Flesh: An Analysis of Howard Barker’s Gertrude-the Cry

TYSON E. LEWIS
The Potentiality of Study: Giorgio Agamben on the Politics of Educational Exceptionality

Reformations

DANIEL T. O’HARA
The Revisionary Muse in Virginia Woolf’s On Being Ill: On Literary Politics, Modernist-Style

Review Articles

CHRISTIAN MORARU
Modernist Studies after Modernism

ANDREW BAERG
WIMPing Out: Looking More Deeply at Digital Game Interfaces

CAMERON MACKENZIE
The Performance of Non-Philosophy

FREDERICK LUIS ALDAMA
To Read or Not Read Mental States: The Artful Play of our Mental Activities

HAROLD ARAM VEESER
Said’s Secret Sharer

DANIEL T. O’HARA
The Future of the Literary Critic: On David Bromwich’s Moral Imagination

KEITH LESLIE JOHNSON
The Persistence of Temporality

Interviews

JEFFREY J. WILLIAMS
The Political Education of Walter Benn Michaels: An Interview

JEFFREY J. WILLIAMS
The Contemporist: An Interview with Terry Smith