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symploke
a journal for the intermingling of literary, cultural and theoretical scholarship
Edited by Jeffrey R. Di Leo

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Annual double issue
ISSN  1069-0697






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symploke is a comparative theory and literature journal, committed to interdisciplinary studies, intellectual pluralism, and open discussion. The journal takes its name from the Greek word "symploke", which can mean interweaving, interlacing, connection, and struggle. It is a forum for scholars from a variety of disciplines to exchange ideas in innovative ways. Most of the journal's issues address topics of special interest that open new avenues of inquiry and research. Scholarship focusing on the interrelationship of philosophy, literature, cultural criticism, and intellectual history is of particular interest. However, articles on any aspect of the intermingling of discourses and disciplines will be considered. symploke received the Phoenix Award 2000 for Outstanding Editorial Achievement from the Council of Editors of Learned Journals.

A journal of the American Comparative Literature Association.


Contents

Editor’s Note
Jeffrey R. Di Leo

Oceania in Theory
Introduction
Maebh Long

Acts of Rememory in Oceania
Sudesh Mishra

Cartographies of the Va
Caroline Sinavaiana Gabbard

Vanua in the Anthropocene
Maebh Long

“Where Will This River Flow?”
David O’Donnell

Kanaka Maoli Modernism
Paul Lyons

Movies and Pacific Modernities
Matthew Hayward

Oceanian Pain in the Nuclear Epoch
Lea Lani Kinikini Kauvaka

Ironies of Pastoral Narcissism
Corey Wakeling


General Articles
Higher Education and Authoritarianism
Henry A. Giroux

Multicultural American Literature
W. Lawrence Hogue

The Economy of Desire
Ansu Louis

The Daemonic Life of Objects
Dill on Rockrohr

The Untimely Present
Abram Foley

The Ecology of Kandinsky’s Abstraction
Isabel Sobral Campos

Long Live the Old Flesh
Travis Alexander

Shakespeare’s Imitation Game
John Freeman

Jacob’s Ladder in Modern Lyrical Poetry
Felix Schmelzer

The Critic as Mime
Nidesh Lawtoo

Dream a Little Dream of Not Me
Richard Hardack

“I Develop a Flame for the Bed"
Herman Rapaport

Interventions
The Politics of Undeserved Happiness
Zahi Zalloua

Spreading Privilege
Robin Truth Goodman

All PhDs are not Created Equal
Jeffrey R. Di Leo

When Cultural Politics is Privatized
Kenneth J. Saltman

The Fantasies of Privilege
Jacob Blevins

Super Deluxe Whiteness
Steven Delmagori

Reformations
Parables of the Anonymous God
Daniel T. O’Hara

Reviews
Mother Trouble
David Greven

Figures of Cofiguration
Lucas Klein

A Thousand Plateaus for Neocon Bros
Michael F. Miller

The Lasting Impressions of Biopower
Benjamin J. Murphy

On the Varieties of the Nonhuman
Todd Hoffman

Forum
Rethinking Paul de Man with Ian Balfour, Lee Edelman, Tom Eyers, and Avery Slater

Interviews
Politics and Criticism: An Interview with Bruce Robbins
Jeffrey J. Williams

Planting a Flag for Socialism: An Interview with Bhaskar Sunkara
Jeffrey J. Williams

Book Notes

Notice to Contributors

Notes on Contributors

Forthcoming Issues