Subjectivity, Vol. 10, Issue 1 – New Issue

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04/28/2017
We are pleased to deliver your requested table of contents alert for Subjectivity. Volume 10 Number 1 is now available online.

Special Section: Affect & Subjectivity

In this issue
Lecture

Of dinosaurs and divas: is class still relevant to feminist research?

Valerie Walkerdine

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Lecture

“Loving the alien”: a post–post-human manifesto

Lisa Blackman

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Book Review

White Trash: The 400-year untold history of class in America. Nancy Isenberg (2016)

Francesca Ashurst

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Editorial

Affect and subjectivity

Ali Lara, Wen Liu, Colin Patrick Ashley, Akemi Nishida, Rachel Jane Liebert & Michelle Billies

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Original Article

Toward a queer psychology of affect: restarting from shameful places

Wen Liu

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Original Article

The affective capacity of blackness

Colin Patrick Ashley & Michelle Billies

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Relating through differences: disability, affective relationality, and the U.S. public healthcare assemblage

Akemi Nishida

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Original Article

Wine’s time: duration, attunement, and diffraction

Ali Lara

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Original Article

Beside-the-mind: an unsettling, reparative reading of paranoia

Rachel Jane Liebert

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