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Table of Contents / Issue 33: After Douglas Crimp

Peter Murphy, “Introduction: After Douglas Crimp” Articles Matthew Bowman, “The Haunting of Modernism Conceived Differently” Theo Gordon, “Re-reading ‘Mourning and Militancy’ and its Sources in 2022” Lutz Hieber and Gisela Theising, “Manhattan-Hanover Transfer” Christian Whitworth, “Mourning, Militancy, and Mania in Patrick Staff’s The Foundation“ Artwork Cindy Hwang and Hua Xi, “Thirty-Six Copies of the Mona Lisa” Dialogues Benjamin Haber and Daniel J Sander, “All the Gay People Will Disappear” Xiao (Amanda) Ju, “Reading Douglas” Peter Murphy, “Learning From Douglas: A Course Schedule” Questionnaire Daly Arnett, Kendall DeBoer, Bridget Fleming, Peter Murphy, “After Douglas Crimp: Questionnaire” Tara Najd Ahmadi Tiffany E. Barber Nicholas Baume Peter Christensen Amanda Jane Graham Rachel Haidu Kelly Long Shota T. Ogawa T’ai Smith TT Takemoto Gaëtan Thomas Juliane Rebentisch Ann Reynolds Marc Siegel Janet Wolff Zheng Bo Catherine Zuromskis Click here for information on the contributors to this issue.

Table of Contents / Issue 31: Black Studies Now and the Countercurrents of Hazel Carby

Joel Burges, Alisa V. Prince, and Jeffrey Allen Tucker, “Introduction: Black Studies Now and the Countercurrents of Hazel Carby” Hazel V. Carby, “Black Futurities: Shape-Shifting beyond the Limits of the Human” Alanna Prince and Alisa V. Prince, “What’s Haunting Black Feminism?” Jerome Dent, “Athazagoraphilia: On the End(s) of Dreaming” Patrick Sullivan, “Get Down: Funk, Movement, and the End of the Great Migrations” On Hazel Carby: Three Meditations Michelle Ann Stephens, “Attuned Within, Attuned Without: Hazel Carby and the Lessons of Leadership” Anne Anlin Cheng, “Susceptible Archives” Heather V. Vermeulen, “Studying with Hazel Carby” Black Studies Now Kathryn A. Mariner, “On Needing Black Studies” Cilas Kemedjio, “Black Studies and the ‘Ideology of Relevance’” Matthew Omelsky, “Being and Becoming: The Grammar of Black Theory” Brianna Theobald, “Black Studies in Haudenosaunee Country” Darren Mueller, “Black Studies in the Digital Crawlspace” Will Bridges, “Extirpation Is Not an Option: An Esperantic Vision for a Future of Black Studies from the Other Side of the Pacific” In the Imperial Archives with Hazel Carby Hazel V. Carby, “The National Archives” Pablo Miguel …