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Introduction - Jane Elliott and Derek Attridge Assessing the Field 1. Philosophy After Theory: Transdisciplinarity and the New - Peter Osborne 2. Theory as a Research Program-the Very Idea - Cary Wolfe 3. Theory after Critical Theory - William Rasch 4. Extinct Theory - Claire Colebrook Between theory and practice: affect, will, judgment 5. Perception Attack: The Force to Own Time - Brian Massumi 6. The Will of the People: Dialectical Voluntarism and the Subject of Politics Peter Hallward 7. The Persistence of Hope: Critical Theory and Enduring in Late Liberalism - Elizabeth Povinelli 8. The Practice of Judgement: Hannah Arendt's 'Copernican Revolution' - Linda Zerilli Rethinking the politics of representation 9. When Reflexivity Becomes Porn: Mutations of a Modernist Theoretical Practice Rey Chow 10. The Canny Subaltern - Eva Cherniavsky 11. 'Theory After Postcolonial Theory: Rethinking the Work of Mimesis'- Simon Gikandi Biopolitics and ethics 12. After Life: Swarms, Demons, and the Antinomies of Immanence - Eugene Thacker 13. Inclining the Subject: Natality, Alterity, Ethics - Adriana Cavarero 14. The Person and Human Life- Roberto Esposito Renewing the aesthetic 15. The Wrong Turn of Aesthetics - Henry Staten 16. Literature after theory, or: the intellective turn Laurent Dubreuil 17. The Liberal Aesthetic - Amanda Anderson Philosophy after theory 18. The Arche-Materiality of Time: Deconstruction, Speculative Materialism, and Radical Atheism - Martin Hagglund 19. Concepts, Objects, Gems - Ray Brassier 20. The Pharmacology of the Spirit - Bernard Stiegler
Jane Elliott is Lecturer in the Department of English and Related Literature at the University of York. She is the author of Popular Feminist Fiction as American Allegory: Representing National Time (Palgrave 2008), and her essays have appeared in Cultural Critique, Modern Fiction Studies, Novel and the PMLA. She is currently at work on a project on neoliberalism, choice and the novel. Derek Attridge is Professor in the Department of English and Related Literature at the University of York. Among his books are Peculiar Language: Literature as Difference from the Renaissance to James Joyce (Routledge, 1988), The Singularity of Literature (Routledge, 2004), J. M. Coetzee and the Ethics of Reading: Literature in the Event (Chicago, 2004), and Reading and Responsibility: Deconstruction's Traces (Edinburgh, 2010). Edited and co-edited volumes include Post-structuralist Joyce: Essays from the French (Cambridge, 1984), Post-structuralism and the Question of History (Cambridge, 1987), and Acts of Literature by Jacques Derrida (Routledge, 1992).