“Identities” vol.10 is available for free download or print on demand.
No1 Guest editor: Marina GRŽINIĆ
Science, Media, Necropolitics and Bastard Trans-feminism(s)
No2 Edited by Katerina KOLOZOVA
Of the Possibility of Immanent Revolt as Theory and Political Praxis
Book reviews of the latest publications by Simon O’Sallivan, Anthony Paul Smith, Clayton Crockett
No1. SCIENCE, MEDIA, NECROPOLITICS AND BASTARD TRANS-FEMINISM(S)
PART I: Sexual Reproduction, Labor and Representation Politics
Tongue Untied, Tongue with Tongue. Mining the Binary Matrix
Re/-Production: Identity, Queer, and Labor in the Work of Angela Mitropoulos
An Unclouded View: Compulsory Ontology, Clinical Episteme, and Gendering Dissidence of Suicide
PART II: Performative of Sex and Gender and New Media Technology
In/Visible: The Politicaland Sexual Regimes of Databases
Cyborgs From Fiction to Reality: Marginalized Other or Privileged First?
PART III: Activism, Exhibition’s Politics and European Union’s Politics
AIDS/HIV as (another) Form of Governmentality
No2. THE POST-HUMAN, THE NON-HUMAN AND ITS POLITICAL REVOLT
The liberal mind and its mutants
How to know a citizen when you see one? The sex of a citizen
The War of Time: Occupation, Resistance, Communization
Of the Possibility of Immanent Revolt as Theoryand Political Praxis
Transbiological Re-imaginings of the Modern Self and the Nonhuman: Zoo Animals as Transbiological Entities
Dancing to the Rhythm of a Geiger Counter: Modern(ist) Narcissism and the Anthropo(s)cenic Shock
Quantum Queer: Towards a Non-Standard Queer Theory
Anthony Paul Smith, A Non-Philosophical Theory of Nature: Ecologies of Thought.
Palgrave Macmillan, 2013
Clayton Crocket, Deleuze Beyond Badiou: Ontology, Multiplicity, and Event.
Columbia University Press, 2013
Simon O’Sullivan, On the Production of Subjectivity: Five Diagrams of the Finite-Infinite Relation
Palgrave Macmillan, 2012