Modernity at Sea: Melville, Marx, Conrad in Crisis

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THEORY OUT OF BOUNDS

Edited by

Sandra Buckley

Michael Hardt

Brian Massumi

21Modernity at Sea: Melville, Marx, Conrad la Crisis  Cesare Casarino
20Means without End: Notes on Politics  Giorgio Agamben
19The Invontion of Modern Science  Isabelle Stengen
18Methodologies of the Oppressed  Chela Sandoval
17Proust and Signs: The Complete Text  Gilles Deleuze
16Dalauze: Tba Clamor of Being  Alain Badiou
15Insurgencies: Constituent Powir and tho Modern state  Antonio Negri
14Whan Pain Strikes  Bill Burns, Cathy Busby, and Kim Sawchuk, editors
13Critical Environments: Postmodern Theory aad tho Pragmatics of tho “Outside”  Cary Wolfe
12Tho Metamorphoses of tho Body  José Gil
11The New Spinoza  Warren Montag and Ted Stolze, editors
10Power aad Invention: Situating Science  Isabelle Stengers
9Arrow of Chaos: Romanticism aad Postmodarnity  Ira Livingston
8Becoming-Woman  Camilla Griggers
7A Potential Politics: Radical Thought in Italy  Paolo Virno and Michael Hardt, editors
6Capital Times: Tales from the Conquest of Time  Éric Allies
5   Tho Year of Passages  Réda Bensmaïa
4   Lahor of Dionysus:
A Critique of tho State-Boras  Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri
3   Bad Aboriginal Art: Tradition, Media, aad Technological Horizons  Eric Michaels
2   The Cinematic Body  Steven Shaviro
1   The Coming Community  Giorgio Agamben

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