Cr: The New Centennial Review 18, No. 3 by Scott MichaelsenCr: The New Centennial Review 18, No. 3 by Scott Michaelsen

Cr: The New Centennial Review 18, No. 3

EditorScott Michaelsen, David E. Johnson

Paperback | November 1, 2018

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IN THIS ISSUE

Editor's Note

Special Issue: What's Left of Marx?
John E. Drabinski, "Reproduction and the Universal in Glissant’s Later Work"

Grant Farred, "The Riddle of Identity Politics"

Stipe Grgas, "How Fares Marx in the Twenty-First Century?"

Jernej Habjan, "Rancière’s Lesson: October ’17, May ’68, October ’17"

Jean-Paul Martinon, "Marx 1845 or the Fateful Rejection of Anschauung"

Louis A. Ruprecht Jr., "Bringing Capital to Its Senses: French Iterations of Marxist Themes"

Articles
Stephanie Leigh Batiste, "My’s Silent Scream: Memory, Traumatic Time, and the Embodiment of the Black Surreal in Rickerby Hinds’s Dreamscape"

Paula Cucurella, "Coming into the Self: Autobiography and Masturbation"

James Edward Ford III, "The Difficult Miracle: Reading Phillis Wheatley against the Master’s Discourse"

Sharon Luk, "Ourselves at Stake: Social Reproduction in the Age of Prisons"

John G. Russell, "Darkies Never Dream: Race, Racism, and the Black Imagination in Science Fiction"
Title:Cr: The New Centennial Review 18, No. 3Format:PaperbackProduct dimensions:290 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.7 inShipping dimensions:9 × 6 × 0.7 inPublished:November 1, 2018Publisher:Michigan State University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1684300800

ISBN - 13:9781684300808

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IN THIS ISSUE Editor's NoteSpecial Issue: What's Left of Marx? John E. Drabinski, "Reproduction and the Universal in Glissant’s Later Work" Grant Farred, "The Riddle of Identity Politics" Stipe Grgas, "How Fares Marx in the Twenty-First Century?" Jernej Habjan, "Rancière’s Lesson: October ’17, May ’68, October ’17" Jean-Paul Martinon, "Marx 1845 or the Fateful Rejection of Anschauung" Louis A. Ruprecht Jr., "Bringing Capital to Its Senses: French Iterations of Marxist Themes"Articles Stephanie Leigh Batiste, "My’s Silent Scream: Memory, Traumatic Time, and the Embodiment of the Black Surreal in Rickerby Hinds’s Dreamscape" Paula Cucurella, "Coming into the Self: Autobiography and Masturbation" James Edward Ford III, "The Difficult Miracle: Reading Phillis Wheatley against the Master’s Discourse" Sharon Luk, "Ourselves at Stake: Social Reproduction in the Age of Prisons" John G. Russell, "Darkies Never Dream: Race, Racism, and the Black Imagination in Science Fiction"