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The Naked Communist: Cold War Modernism and the Politics of Popular Culture. New York: Fordham UP, 2013. (More)
“Biopolitical Education: The Edukators and the Politics of the Immanent Outside.” with Marco Abel, Studies in Twentieth and Twentieth-Century Literature (Fall 2016).
“Perpetual Final Judgment: Giorgio Agamben and the Destruction of Judgment.” Epoché: A Journal for the History of Philosophy 20.1 (Fall 2015): 255-280.
“Stalin’s Boots and the March of History (Post-Communist Memories).” Forthcoming in Cultural Critique 83 (Winter 2013).
“Modern and Postmodern Developments.” In Oxford History of Literary Translation in English. Volume 5: The Twentieth Century (1900-2000). Ed. Lawrence Venuti. Forthcoming from Oxford University Press, 2014.
“The Parapraxis of Translation.” CR: The New Centennial Review 12.1 (Spring 2012): 47-68.
“Affirmative Judgments: The Sabbath of Deconstruction.” parallax 56.3 (2010): 74-84.
“The Mother Tongues of Modernity: Modernism, Transnationalism, Translation.” Journal of Modern Literature 33.2 (Winter 2010): 24-46.
“Deconstruction and Experience: The Politics of the Undeconstructible.” In A Leftist Ontology: Beyond Relativism and Identity Politics. Ed. Carsten Strathausen. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2009. 125-146.
“Faulkner in the Fifties: The Making of the Faulkner Canon.” Arizona Quarterly 63.2 (Summer 2007): 81-107.
“Freud and the Prophetic.” Psychoanalysis, Culture and Society 11.3 (December 2006): 265-81.
Edited Book Series
Provocations, co-edited with Marco Abel, published by the University of Nebraska Press. From the Press: “The Provocations series will offer ambitious, polemical texts that exist outside the traditional formats of academic discourse (longer than an academic article and shorter than a standard monograph) and will concentrate on broad philosophical and theoretical subjects involving the humanities. Seeking to fill a hole in the field of the theoretical humanities, books in the series will take a strong stand on a contemporary debate or issue with the humanities and propose a clearly formulated (even if controversial) intervention.” (More)
Edited Journal Issues
“The Event of Translation.” CR: The New Centennial Review 12.1 (Forthcoming in Spring 2012). (Articles by Bruce Fink, Barbara Cassin, Kevin Attell, and Nathan Henne.)
Co-editor (with Alexei Di Orio), “War and Psychoanalysis.” Umbr(a): A Journal of the Unconscious (2004). (Articles by Slavoj Žižek, Ernesto Laclau, Gil Anidjar, Ariella Azoulay, Diane Rubenstein, Sam Gillespie, Sigi Jöttkandt, Petar Ramadanovic.) (More)
Peter Szendy. All Ears: The Aesthetics of Espionage. New York: Fordham UP, 2016 (From French to English). (More)
Rodolphe Gasché. Georges Bataille: Phenomenology and Phantasmatology. Stanford: Stanford UP, 2012 (From German to English). (More)
Barbara Cassin. “The Relativity of Translation and Relativism.” CR: The New Centennial Review 12.1 (Spring 2012): 23-45. (From French to English)
Eva Geulen. “The Function of Ambivalence in Agamben’s Re-Ontologization of Politics.” A Leftist Ontology: Beyond Relativism and Identity Politics. Ed. Carsten Strathausen. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2009. 19-32. (From German to English)
Werner Hamacher. “The Relation.” CR: The New Centennial Review 8.3 (2008): 29-69. (From German to English)
Rodolphe Gasché. “Dé-lire: Bataille and the Delirium of Reading.” theory@buffalo 12 (2008): 8-33. (From German to English)
Henry Corbin, “Of Apophatic Theology as Antidote to Nihilism.” Umbr(a) 2007: 59-83. (From French to English)
Monique David-Ménard, “‘Stationary Process and Infinite Speed’: Psychoanalysis with Psychosis.” Umbr(a) 2006: 41-51. (From French to English)
Christian Jambet, “The Stranger and Theophany.” Umbr(a) 2005: 27-41. (From French to English)