Essays

Bandes, Susan. “What’s Love Got to Do with It?.” In William and Mary Journal of Women and the Law, Vol. 8, No. 97, 2001.

Berlant, Lauren. “The Subject of True Feeling: Pain, Privacy and Politics.” In Cultural Pluralism, Identity Politics, and the Law, eds. Austin Sarat and Thomas R. Kearns. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1999. 49-84.

Berlant, Lauren. “Cruel Optimism.” Differences 17, 5 (2006): 20-36.

Berlant, Lauren. “Nearly Utopian, Nearly Normal: Post-Fordist Affect in La Promesse and Rosetta.” Public Culture 19, 2 (2007): 273-301.

Berlant, Lauren. “ Feminism and the Institutions of IntimacyThe Politics of Research, ed. E. Ann Kaplan and George Levine (New Brunswick, NJ, 1997).

Berlant, Lauren. “ Thinking about Feeling Historical. .” Emotions, Space, and Society 1, 1 (2008).

Berlant, Lauren “ Intuitionists: History and the Affective Event Am Lit History 2008; 20: 845-860.

Cho, Lily. “The Turn to Diaspora.” Topia 17 (Spring 2007): 11-30.

Clough, Patricia Ticineto. “Introduction.” The Affective Turn: Theorizing the Social, Patricia Clough and Jean Halley, eds. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2007.

Clough, Patricia Ticineto, Greg Goldberg, Rachel Schiff, Aaron Weeks and Craig Willse. “Towards a Theory of Affect-Itself.” ephemera 7, no. 1 (2007): 60-77.

Cohen, Kris. “Beside Ourselves, Sometimes.” Pylon (December 2006).

Gregg, Melissa. “Communicating Investment: Cultural Studies, Politics and Affect.” Cultural Studies’ Affective Voices. Basingstoke [England]; New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2006. 1-25.

Gregg, Melissa. “Normal Homes.” M/C Journal 10.4 (2007).

Gregg, Melissa. “Thanks for the Ad(d): Neoliberalism’s compulsory friendship.” Lecture, delivered July 2007, Goldsmiths College, University of London.

Hemmings, Clare. “Invoking Affect.”

Love, Heather. “Introduction.” Feeling Backward: Loss and the Politics of Queer History. Cambridge, MA; London: Harvard University Press, 2007. 1-37.

Love, Heather and Mara Mills. “Lynne Cheney’s Feminism.” rhizomes 14 (Summer 2007).

Luciano, Dana. “Coming Around Again: The Queer Momentum of Far From Heaven.” GLQ 13.2-3 (Spring/Summer 2007): 249-72. Special double issue on “Queer Temporalities,” ed. Elizabeth Freeman.

Luciano, Dana. “Love’s Measures.” from Brokeback Mountain Roundtable, ed. Scott Herring, GLQ 13.1 (Winter 2006): 107-09.

Maslan, Susan. “The Dream of the Feeling Citizen: Law and Emotion in Corneille and Montesquieu.” SubStance 109, no. 1 (2006): 69-84.

Meyler, Bernadette. “What is Political Feeling?.” Diacritics - Volume 30, Number 2, Summer 2000, pp. 25-42

Moten, Fred. “Black Optimism=Black Operation”.” Conference Paper.

Nyong’o, Tavia. “Do You Want Queer Theory (or Do You Want the Truth)? Intersections of Punk and Queer in the 1970s.” Radical History Review 100 (Winter 2008): 102-119.

Nyong’o, Tavia. “Period Rush: Affective Transfers in Recent Queer Art and Performance.” Theater History Studies (forthcoming, 2008).

Nyong’o, Tavia. “Punk’d Theory.” Social Text 84-85 23.3 (Fall-Winter 2005): 19-34.

Robin, Corey. “Dragon-Slayers.” London Review of Books 4 Jan. 2007.

Robin, Corey. “Liberalism at Bay, Conservatism at Play: Fear in the Contemporary Imagination.” Social Research 71.4 (Winter 2004): 927-962.

Santa Ana, Jeffrey. “Afro-Asian Anger.”

Seigworth, Gregory J. “Fashioning a Stave, or, Singing Life.” In Animations of Deleuze and Guattari, ed. Jennifer Daryl. New York: Peter Lang, 2003. 75-105.

Seigworth, Gregory J. “Sound Affects.” CULTSTUD-L 5 September 1999.

Shukaitis, Stevphen. “Affective Composition and Aesthetics: On Dissolving the Audience and Facilitating the Mob, in The Journal of Aesthetics and Protest #5 (2007).

Soto, Sandra K. . “Seeing through Photographs of Borderlands (Dis)Order .” In Latino Studies 2007, 5, (418–438), 2007.
Stacey, Jackie. “The Biomediation of Affect: Technological Indeterminacy as Transduction in Teknolust.” The Cinematic Life of the Gene. Duke University Press, forthcoming, 2009.

Stewart, Katie. “Watching and Waiting.” Conference Paper.

Wilson, Elizabeth. “‘Can you think what I feel? Can you feel what I think?‘: Notes on affect, embodiment, and intersubjectivity in AI.” Scan: Journal of Media Arts Culture, 2(2).

Woodward, Kathleen. “Statistical Panic.” differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies 11.2 (1999).<a href=’http://lucian.uchicago.edu/blogs/politicalfeeling/files/2009/01

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