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Qui Parle
Critical Humanities and Social Sciences
Edited by Emily O'Rourke and Jordan Greenwald

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ISSN  1041-8385

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Qui Parle publishes provocative interdisciplinary articles covering a range of outstanding theoretical and critical work in the humanities and social sciences. The journal is dedicated to expanding the dialogues that take place between disciplines and which challenge conventional understandings of reading and scholarship in academia.

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Reconciliation Romance: A Study in Juridical Theology
Christopher Bracken

In Medias Res: Visiting Nalini Malani’s Retrospective Exhibition, New Delhi, 2014
Mieke Bal

Civility, Academic Freedom, and the Project of Decolonization: A Conversation with Steven Salaita
Evyn Lê Espiritu, with introduction by Jasbir K. Puar

Revolution from Between: Latour’s Reordering of Things in We Have Never Been Modern
Laura Hengehold

Violence and Mechanism: Georges Canguilhem’s Overturning of the Cartesian Legacy
Stefanos Geroulanos

Review Essays
The Fortress Deserted: Bersani’s Pastorals
Ramsey McGlazer

Out of the Spirit of the Medieval: Andrew Cole’s The Birth of Theory
C. F. S. Creasy

The Nation in Pain: Elaine Scarry’s Idiosyncratic Political Theory
R. D. Perry

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