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Theory at Yale: The Strange Case of Deconstruction in America

by Marc Redfield Fordham University Press (November 02, 2015)

This book examines the affinity between the notions of "theory" and "deconstruction" that developed in the American academy in the 1970s by way of a semi-fictional collective, the "Yale Critics": Harold Bloom,...

Constellations of a Contemporary Romanticism

by Jacques Khalip & Forest Pyle Fordham University Press (July 01, 2016)

This collection takes its point of departure from Walter Benjamin's concept of the historical constellation, a concept which puts "contemporary" as well as "Romanticism" in play as period designations and critical...

Ending and Unending Agony: On Maurice Blanchot

by Philippe Lacoue-Labarthe & Hannes Opelz Fordham University Press (September 01, 2015)

Translation of a posthumous work by Philippe Lacoue-Labarthe on Maurice Blanchot. Discusses such topics as literature, myth, the experience of death, autobiography, metaphysics, psychoanalysis, and deconstruction,...

Kant on the Frontier: Philosophy, Politics, and the Ends of the Earth

by Geoffrey Bennington Fordham University Press (May 01, 2017)

This book examines the figure of the frontier (both bilateral border and open edge of civilization) both literally in Kant's political writings, and figuratively in Critiques, developing via a reading of teleological...

Reading with John Clare: Biopoetics, Sovereignty, Romanticism

by Sara Guyer Fordham University Press (May 01, 2015)

Reading with John Clare argues that poetry and its repression lies at the heart of biopolitical thinking. By rereading the emergence of biopolitics and focusing on the exemplary case of John Clare, it renews...