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Category Archives: Postmodernism
I have had this offprint for 26 years and now it is available on JSTOR. Nancy Fraser, “The uses and abuses of French discourse theories for feminist politics,” is an important article. It was important for me and will be, … Continue reading
This is a book I want, about the 1968-1975 period in the United States. For most of 1968 I was eleven, and I turned nineteen at the end of 1975; that is why the period seems so real to me … Continue reading
I must crank parts of it up again and I can use this. There is a series of posts.
There is this issue of Differences I have also held onto, from 1991 or year 1 of Reeducation; I marked an essay by Neil Lazarus and another by Gayatri Spivak to come back to when my presence of mind returned. … Continue reading
Here is another old article to review. It is in JSTOR so I can live without the paper journal, and it is in Scribd. Many others index it or refer to it, so I see I am not wrong to … Continue reading
I have a section of an abandoned article called “Latin-tinged and marvelous,” about how one may only be Latin-tinged if one is to be considered marvelous. I should resurrect it in light of the remarks made here.