b2o: v21 special issue

b2o: an online journal is an online-only, open access, peer-reviewed journal published by the boundary 2 editorial collective, with a standalone Editorial Board.

Volume 1, Issue 2 (October, 2016)
Special Issue: v21
Special Issue editors: Anna Kornbluh and Benjamin Morgan

Introduction: Presentism, Form, and the Future of History
Anna Kornbluh and Benjamin Morgan
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I. Bleak House Today
Bleak House: 19, 20, 21
Alex Woloch

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A Note on Reading Bleak House
Elaine Auyoung

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Bleakness
Elisha Cohn

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Dickens’ Resonance
David Sweeney Coombs

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On the Genealogy of “Deportment”: Being Present in Bleak House
Jonathan Farina

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Untimely Dickens
Emily Steinlight

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Charles Dickens in 1948
Megan Ward

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II. Theorizing the Present
Impassioned Objectivity: Nietzsche, Hardy, and the Science of Fiction
S. Pearl Brilmyer

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Jamming the Historical Machine
Danielle Coriale

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Too Many Nietzsches
Eleanor Courtemanche

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Untimely Historicism
Devin Griffiths

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On the Uses of Nietzsche’s “Uses”
Matthew Sussman

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Unhistorical Reading and Mutual Playing
Daniel Wright

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III. The Way We Write Now
Introduction: Historicism: From the Break to the Loop
Caroline Levine

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Notes on Presentism and the Cultural Logic of Dissociation
Carolyn Betensky

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Kink in Time
Ellis Hanson

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History Repeating
Anna Kornbluh

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Maintenance Work: On Tradition and Development
Jesse Rosenthal

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Anthropocene Inscriptions: Reading Global Synchrony
Jesse Oak Taylor

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IV. Empire and Unfielding
Introduction
Tanya Agathocleous

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Jyotirao Phule’s “Slavery”
Tanya Agathocleous

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Swinburne’s Oxford Notebook: Violence in/as Form
Nathan K. Hensley

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Emergency Repairs Are Required on All Our Dams
Joseph Lavery

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The Light of Asia and the Varieties of Victorian Presentism
Sebastian Lecourt

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Biopolitics and Greater Britain
Nasser Mufti

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Charles Kickham’s Knocknagow: Or, the Homes of Tipperary
Mary L. Mullen

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V. Keynote and Responses
On the Non-Representation of Atrocity
Bruce Robbins

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Genealogies of Self-Accusation
Zachary Samalin

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Literary Subjects
Molly Clark Hillard

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Closing Remarks
Elaine Hadley

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