symploke 28:1/2

symploke 28:1/2

Edited by Jeffrey R. Di Leo

Table Of Contents

Volume 28, Numbers 1 & 2 (2020)

Editor’s Note
Jeffrey R. Di Leo

Control
Control, Again
Robin Truth Goodman

Gestures of Control
Aaron Jaffe

“I Live in Dystopia”
Aaron Jaffe with Cristina Iuli

The Paranoid Style in Postcritique
Frida Beckman

Fantasies of Control
Kenneth J. Saltman 

The “Limits of Control”
S. E. Gontarski 

Digital Index
Marc Kohlbry

Infrastructure Beyond Control
Jessica Hurley

Control after Cybernetics
Andrew Culp

What Society?
Cristina Iuli

Platforms of Control
Michael F. Miller

Out of Control
Rita Raley

General Articles
American Fascism
Brad Evans and Henry A. Giroux

“What’s Fragile Is Always New”
Rudolphus Teeuwen

“The Collier’s Small, Mean Head”
Peter Hitchcock

There’s No Such Thing as a Cat Person
Luke Johnson

The Mirror of Attention
Alan Singer

Chinese Anthologies
Qin Dan, Joe Lockard, and Shih Penglu

(Re-)Envisioning a Post-Human Ethics
Keith Moser

Life-Stories
James Dutton

Interventions
World Theory
John Michael

Philosophy Between Land and Sea
Brian O’Keeffe

The World of World Literature
Anca Parvulescu

Speculative Futures
Nicole Simek

Existentialism as a World Theory
Alex Taek-Gwang Lee

Said’s Worldliness
H. Aram Veeser

Reformations
American Literature in Bloom
Jeffrey R. Di Leo

Eloquence
Robert L. Caserio

Whipping Homer, Cudgeling Shakespeare
Ranjan Ghosh

Drama and Bloom’s Canon
Gina Masucci MacKenzie

The Content of Culture
Daniel Rosenberg Nutters

Such Violent Laughter
Alan Singer

Harold Bloom and The American Canon
Daniel T. O’Hara

Reviews
Writing as Resistance
Carol Mastrangelo Bové

On Political Formalism
Robert T. Tally Jr.

Necropolitics Enfleshed
Christopher Breu

Foucaultian Ethics
Sarah Winter

Edward Said, the Novel
H. Aram Veeser

Psychopolitics
Shiqi Lin

Forum
Has Postcritique Run Out of Steam?
with Frida Beckman, Jeffrey R. Di Leo, Jane Gallop, Jeffrey T. Nealon, and Bruce Robbins

Interviews
History Below Deck: An Interview with Marcus Rediker
Jeffrey J. Williams

Multidimensionality: An Interview with Roderick A. Ferguson
Jeffrey J. Williams

Book Notes

Notice to Contributors

Notes on Contributors

Forthcoming Issues