symploke 21:1/2

symploke 21:1/2

Edited by Jeffrey R. Di Leo

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Table Of Contents

 Editor's Note
Jeffrey R. Di Leo
 
 
Critical Climate
A New Critical Climate
Adeline Johns-Putra
 
The Deconstructive Turn
Timothy Clark
 
Can Theory Save the Planet?
Jeffrey R. Di Leo
 
Poisoned Ground
Timothy Morton
 
Framing the End of the Species
Claire Colebrook
 
Aura in the Anthropocene
Thomas H. Ford
 
Climate Change and the Individual Talent
Matthew Griffiths
 
Theories of Certain Uncertainty
Deborah Lilley
 
Saying Climate Change
Maggie Kainulainen
 
Environmental Care Ethics
Adeline Johns-Putra
 
Greening the Sphere
Gregers Andersen
 
Does the Climate Need Consensus?
Gert Goeminne
 
Doing Science Justice
Matt Spencer
 
New Stationary States
Brian Lennon
 
Thinking Diverse Futures from a Carbon Present
Karen Pinkus
 
Biodiversity and the Abyssal Limits of the Human
John Miller
 
Integrating Agency with Climate Critique
Adam Trexler

General Articles
How to Analyze Texts that Were Burned, Lost, Fragmented, or Never Written
Sean Braune
 
The Disimagination Machine and the Pathologies of Power
Henry A. Giroux
 
Chronopolitics
Frida Beckman
 
American Exceptionalism in the Post-/ Era
William V. Spanos
 
Reviews
Paul de Man Now, or, Nihilism in the Right Company
Robert Savino Oventile
 
Metacritique in the Eighth Circle of Hell
Greg Hainge

Interviews
Rewriting the History of American Literature: An Interview with Gordon Hutner
Jeffrey J. Williams
 
Inferential Man: An Interview with Robert Brandom
Jeffrey J. Williams
 
Book Notes
Notice to Contributors
Notes on Contributors
Forthcoming Issues