Prior Publation

PORTIONS OF the chapters in this book have been published in the following books and journals.

Chapter 1: “Replacing the Body: An Approach to the Question of Digital Democracy,” in Marcel Henaff and Tracy Strong, eds., Public Space and Democracy (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2001), pp. 172–88.

Chapter 2: “Family Scenes: Some Preliminary Remarks on Domesticity and Theatricality,” SAQ (The South Atlantic Quarterly), 98, no. 3, Domestic/Tragedy, special issue ed. Julie Carlson (1999): 22–28.

Chapter 4: “Breaching the Gap: Lacan’s Ethics of Psychoanalysis and the Question of the Tragicomic,” in Mark Poster, ed., Literature and Politics (Columbia University Press: New York, 1992).

Chapter 9: “Critical Theory and the Task of Reading (Adorno),” New German Critique, no. 81 (Fall 2000): 83–106. Reprinted in A. Rubin and N. Gibson, eds., Theodor Adorno: A Critical Reader (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, 2002), pp. 379–99.

Chapter 10: “Psychoanalysis and Theatricality,” Parallax 6, no. 3 (2000): 29–48. In German in Riss, 1999.

Chapter 11: “The Virtual Reality of Theater,” in 100 Years of Cruelty (Sydney: Power Publications, 2000), pp. 7–32.

Chapter 12: “Double-Take: Acting and Writing in Genet’s ‘L’Étrange Mot d’ …,’” Yale French Studies 91 (1997), ed. Scott Durham, pp. 28–48.

Chapter 13: “La Théâtralité dans le cinema: Considérations prélimi

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