Volume 06, Number 1, September 1995

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“Just like Eddie” or as far as a boy can go: Vedder, Barthes, and Handke Dismember Mama

Stephanie Barbé Hammer


Nietzsche/Derrida, Blanchot/Beckett: Fragmentary Progressions of the Unnamable

Stephen Barker


Nietzsche at the Altar: Situating the Devotee

Daniel White and Gert Hellerich


Memory and Oulipian Constraints

Peter Consenstein


“Junk” and the Other: Burroughs and Levinas on Drugs

Jeffrey T. Nealon


Facing Pages: On Response, A Response to Steven Helmling

Tony Thwaites


Plunder Squad

Charles Woodman and Scott Davenport


Popular Culture Column


Outrageous Dieting: The Camp Performance of Richard Simmons

Rhonda Garelick




“Have Theory; Will Travel: Constructions of Cultural Geography.” Review of Peter Jackson and Jan Penrose, eds., Constructions of Race, Place, and Nation. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1994.

Crystal Bartolovich


“Queering Freud in Freiburg.” Review of The Twelfth Annual Conference in Literature and Psychology. June 21-24, 1995, Freiburg, Germany.

Tamise Van Pelt


“Bordering on Fiction: Chantal Akerman’s D’Est.” Review of Chantal Akerman’s D’Est, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota. June 18-August 27.

Kristine Butler


“Spectors of Sartre: Nancy’s Romance with Ontological Freedom.” Review of Jean-Luc Nancy, The Experience of Freedom. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1993.

Steve Martinot


“Postmodernism as Usual: ‘Theory’ in the American Academy Today.” Review of Mas’ud Zavarzadeh and Donald Morton, Theory as Resistance. New York: Guilford Press, 1994.

Rob Wilkie


“Hard Bodies.” Review of Susan Jeffords, Hard Bodies: Hollywood Masculinity in the Reagan Era. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press, 1994, and Peter Lehman. Running Scared: Masculinity and the Representation of the Male Body. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1993. x, 237 pp.

Nickola Pazderic


“The Cult of Print.” Review of Sven Birkerts, The Gutenberg Elegies: The Fate of Reading in an Electronic Age. Boston: Faber and Faber, 1994.

Matthew G. Kirschenbaum