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symploke
a journal for the intermingling of literary, cultural and theoretical scholarship
Edited by Jeffrey R. Di Leo

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ISSN  1069-0697






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symploke is a comparative theory and literature journal, committed to interdisciplinary studies, intellectual pluralism, and open discussion. The journal takes its name from the Greek word "symploke", which can mean interweaving, interlacing, connection, and struggle. It is a forum for scholars from a variety of disciplines to exchange ideas in innovative ways. Most of the journal's issues address topics of special interest that open new avenues of inquiry and research. Scholarship focusing on the interrelationship of philosophy, literature, cultural criticism, and intellectual history is of particular interest. However, articles on any aspect of the intermingling of discourses and disciplines will be considered. symploke received the Phoenix Award 2000 for Outstanding Editorial Achievement from the Council of Editors of Learned Journals.
 
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POSTHUMANISMS

Human Remains
by Nathan Snaza and Mina Karavanta

Posthumanism in the Age of Globalization
by William V. Spanos

The Beast, the Sovereign, the Letter
by Katie Chenoweth

Twilight of the Humanities
by Reingard Nethersole

No Aporias Allowed
by Iván Castañeda

Departments of Language
by Nathan Snaza

Four Experiments
by David Cecchetto

Animal Moments in Pnin and Herzog
by Yulia Pushkarevskaya Naughton and Gerald David Naughton

Post-humanitarian Fictions
by Julietta Singh

Human Together
by Mina Karavanta

Flight of the Human as Flights from the Human
by R. Radhakrishnan

General Articles

Intolerable Violence
by Brad Evans and Henry A. Giroux

Healing the Wounds
by Michael J. Rulon

The Different Persons of Baraka
by James Liner

Thymotic Politics
by David Hancock

Monotheism, the Incomplete Revolution
by Ari Ofengenden

Fluxus
by Roger Rothman

Interventions

A Body of Glass
by Elena Fabietti

Transparency in Neoliberal Academe
by Jeffrey R. Di Leo

Stubborn Shadows
by Nicole Simek

The "Saran Wrap" Theory of Translation
by Brian O'Keefe

On Meillassoux's "Transparent Change"
by Zahi Zalloua

Reformations

An American Bakhtin
by Robert T. Tally Jr.

Reviews

Not so Much Anti-Boycott as Pro-Israel
by David Palumbo-Liu

Governmentality in Crisis
by Liane Tanguay

The Phase of the Global (Wo)man
by Colleen M. Kropp

Interviews

The Generation in Between: An Interview with Jonathan Pontell
by Jeffrey J. Williams

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Notice to Contributors

Notes on Contributors

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