Volume 27, Numbers 1-2 Blue Humanities

Contents

IAN BUCHANAN AND CELINA JEFFERY
Towards a Blue Humanity

SOPHIA M. A. NICOLOV
Open Endings: The Eastern North Pacific Gray Whale Unusual Mortality Event, 1999-2000

CELINA JEFFERY
Artistic Immersion: Towards an Oceanic Connectedness

BOGNA M. KONIOR
Climate Change Goes Live, or Capturing Life? For a Blue Media Studies

DANIEL WUEBBEN AND JUAN JOSÉ GONZÁLEZ-TRUEBA
Surfing Between Blue Humanities and Blue Economies in Cantabria, Spain

IAN BUCHANAN
Must We Eat Fish?

DONNA HONARPISHEH
The Sea as Archive: Impressions of Qui Se Souvient De La Mer

JAN JAGODZINSKI
Into the Dark Blue: A Medi(t)ation on the Oceans—Its Pain, Its Wonder, Its Wild, and Its Hope

General Articles

CAROL MASTRANGELO BOVÉ
Translating the Unconscious: Aleramo’s and Delmar’s A Woman

NIR KEDEM
What is Queer Translation?

KRISTIN GEORGE BAGDANOV
Addressing the Atomic Specter: Ginsberg’s ”Plutonian Ode” and America’s Nuclear Unconscious

HUA ZHANG
Theory Today in China: An Overview

PELIN KIVRAK
From Street Food to ”Street-Level Feminism”: Orhan Pamuk’s A Strangeness in My Mind

Interventions

JEFFREY R. DI LEO
Who Sells Out Theory?

JOHN MOWITT
Offering (Up) Theory

BRIAN O’KEEFFE
Resistances to Theory

NICOLE SIMEK
Alchemies of Theory

ROBERT T. TALLY JR.
Reading Adorno by the Pool; or, Critical Theory in a Postcritical Era

ZAHI ZALLOUA
On Not Selling Out the Subject

PETER HITCHCOCK
Capital Theory and the Real World

Reformations

DANIEL T. O’HARA
Introduction

AGATA BIELIK-ROBSON
Bloom’s Festival of Significance

ROBERT L. CASERIO
Harold Bloom’s Possessed by Memory

JEFFREY R. DI LEO
Dead Criticism

RANJAN GHOSH
Possessed by Sahitya

GINA MASUCCI MACKENZIE
The Sight of Memory: Bloom’s ”Otherseeing” in Possessed by Memory

DANIEL ROSENBERG NUTTERS
The Pedagogy of the Aesthete: Oscar Wilde and Harold Bloom

DANIEL T. O’HARA
The Privileged Moment in Bloom: Possessed by Memory: The Inward Light of Criticism

ALAN SINGER
A Book of Revelation

CHRIS WINKLER
”The Fury and the Mire of Human Veins”: On Bloom’s ”Endlessly Elaborating Poem”

HAROLD BLOOM
Harold Bloom Responds

Review Articles

TED STOLZE
A Subterranean Althusser

DANIEL T. O’HARA
The Phantasms of Lionel Trilling

JOHN FROW
On the Modifications of Clouds

ALLEN DUNN
Mixed Messages: The Religions of Modernism

Forum I:
Trading Literature

CHRISTOPHER BREU
Utopian Trade: A Minimal Defense of Intellectual Exchange

JEFFREY R. DI LEO
The Post-Literature World: A Note on the Future of Literature in the Neoliberal University

TOM EYERS
Trading Literature

ROBIN TRUTH GOODMAN
Trading-in Literature, or Swapping It Out

SOPHIA A. MCCLENNEN
It’s All His Fault

NICOLE SIMEK
Trading Well

H. ARAM VEESER
The Critic as Parasite

Forum II:
History of Theory

PETER MELVILLE LOGAN
Introduction: The Recent History of Theory

TILOTTAMA RAJAN
Against Institution

AMANDA ANDERSON
Theory and the Changing Forms of Institutional Prestige

MARJORIE GARBER
Heyday

JEFFREY J. WILLIAMS
The Book History of Theory

WILLIAM GERMANO
Theory as a Body of Work

DAVID R. SHUMWAY
How New Literary History Became a Theory Journal

JANE GALLOP
Response: The Institutional History of Theory and the Institutional History of Feminism

Interviews

JEFFREY J. WILLIAMS
Games, Things, and Theory:
An Interview with Ian Bogost

JEFFREY J. WILLIAMS
Writing In-Between
An Interview with Amitava Kumar