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South Atlantic Quarterly (1 October 2010) 109 (4): 765–790.
Published: 01 October 2010
... Christianity we see when we say that we see Christianity. We contend that, hardly the return of the repressed that it is often made out to be, the so-called turn to Christianity currently underway within the humanities and social sciences rather belongs to a much longer history of rearticulating Christianity...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1 July 2000) 99 (2-3): 455–460.
Published: 01 July 2000
...José Esteban Muñoz José Esteban Muñoz The Onus of Seeing Cuba: Nilo Cruz’s Cubanía Old Cubans say that if you walk to the very end of Key West...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1 July 2011) 110 (3): 715–743.
Published: 01 July 2011
... mode of viewing in which, to the extent that it truly sees, there may be no one there to do the seeing. © 2011 Duke University Press 2011 Kevin Ohi “The​ consummation of the swallow’s wings”: A Zoo Story          an illusion so desired...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1 January 2012) 111 (1): 145–164.
Published: 01 January 2012
...Raúl Ornelas Raúl Ornelas sets out to describe the parameters of the political debate that has taken center stage in Latin America between those who see political action within the lens of counterhegemony and those who see the most recent antisystemic movements as the emergence of a new logic of...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1 October 2008) 107 (4): 809–831.
Published: 01 October 2008
... activists as race traitors. However, I examine the court records, letters, and speeches of these legal activists, as well as Américo Paredes's George Washington Gómez , to see how these civil rights activists challenge the very meaning of “whiteness” when they claim it in the face of racial exclusion and...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1 January 2009) 108 (1): 1–26.
Published: 01 January 2009
... orders of time and ways of seeing nature. This alternative notion of home recognizes the ongoing force of multiple indigenous cultures that dictated that we will encounter that particular nature and that already imaged imagining amid colonizing and nationalizing practices that include the making of...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1 January 2009) 108 (1): 147–169.
Published: 01 January 2009
... no mysteries for her. She recalls seeing it cleaned by daylight, handling all its parts, and “understanding its whole structure.” It was a different story at night, in a darkened room, when “my panics were really unaccountable. They were a matter of pure sensation without any intellectual...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1 October 2010) 109 (4): 633–652.
Published: 01 October 2010
...—showing the value of putting anthropological materials on lived Christianity into dialogue with recent philosophical work on Paul—the case's details also push in some ways against the model. In particular, they demonstrate the difficulty people have living their lives wholly in terms of what Badiou sees...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1 October 2010) 109 (4): 719–739.
Published: 01 October 2010
... our senses become rightly attuned, and their immediate intuitions anticipate our seeing God and ourselves through the divine intuition itself in the beatific vision. These rightly attuned senses then reeducate our minds and allow them to become adjusted once more and to fulfill further their...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1 January 2011) 110 (1): 272–279.
Published: 01 January 2011
... it, and our enemies see it as a sign of weakness.” My essay argues that Obama's bows to Akihito followed by a slight bow to Chinese president Hu Jintao several months later should be seen as a displacement of what Denise Ferreira da Silva calls the “global idea of race,” where since the First Opium...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1 July 2011) 110 (3): 693–713.
Published: 01 July 2011
... they appear as ordinary elements of the diegesis, the digital camera, the Internet, and the cellular smartphone each allow the film's queer male figures to exceed the generic constraints of the film in its customary dimensions and to see where digital sexualities—the visual iconography of digital...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1 October 2011) 110 (4): 949–962.
Published: 01 October 2011
.... The film's final sequence of live footage, some of which would have appeared on most of our television screens across the world, makes of those passing seconds a death scene. As a “death scene” we see again but really for the first time the horror and the miracle of survival. The preceding animation...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1 July 2012) 111 (3): 573–584.
Published: 01 July 2012
..., we shall see how they were decisive for understanding how something like this was possible. © 2012 Duke University Press 2012 A G A I N S T the D A Y Raúl Sánchez Cedillo 15M: Something Constituent This Way Comes Any attempt to understand...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1 July 2012) 111 (3): 608–615.
Published: 01 July 2012
... not as one entity but as an organizing process located in more than one area within the City of London. They see Occupy London as both a powerful idea and as a material practice. The authors reflect on the social composition, organizational politics, and infrastructure of Occupy London. They conclude...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1 January 2013) 112 (1): 71–78.
Published: 01 January 2013
... only as a black body. This is the objecthood that Fanon experiences as fixing him in the white gaze, and preempting him as an individual subject. Thus Fanon sees in the Lordship and Bondage (or master and slave) relation of G. W. F. Hegel’s Phenomenology the life-endangering, yet life-affirming risk...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1 July 2013) 112 (3): 473–479.
Published: 01 July 2013
... see how some of the most radical and far-reaching changes of Reconstruction occurred among women living at the law’s edges. © 2013 Duke University Press 2013 References Daily Picayune . 1865a . “ The One Hundred and Five Nymphs .” July 16 . Daily Picayune . 1865b . “ Recorder...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1 July 2013) 112 (3): 507–527.
Published: 01 July 2013
...Rebecka Rutledge Fisher This essay discusses what W. E. B. Du Bois, in Black Reconstruction in America, 1860–1880 , sees as the possibilities of black being, even as this being is conditioned by the constrictive and problematic interstitial sites of postbellum, Jim Crow existence that Du Bois names...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1 October 2013) 112 (4): 657–674.
Published: 01 October 2013
... diaspora. This essay argues that each literary exploration of race and place demonstrates the inherent complications of two strategies of negotiating racial and religious identity in contemporary society. While Durrow seeks to extricate her character from both race and religion, seeing religion as simply a...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1 October 2014) 113 (4): 791–806.
Published: 01 October 2014
...George Ciccariello-Maher When Venezuelan president Hugo Chávez died in March 2013, he left behind an unfulfilled dream that was never his alone: that of the “communal state.” Amid the complicated maneuvering of the post-Chávez era, this aspiration—which would see the expansion and unification of...
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South Atlantic Quarterly (1 April 2015) 114 (2): 355–375.
Published: 01 April 2015
... assembled the “real” and the “speculative” in very specific ways and across localities. Second, it allows us to see how the value of the derivative was written not just through calculative instruments but also through institutional practice and notions of reputation. Third, it analyzes how the derivative...