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  • Belaboring the Maritime Novel: The Nigger of the ‘Narcissus’, Sea Fiction, and Constituent Power

    In this article, I argue that Joseph Conrad’s revision of popular maritime fiction in The Nigger of the ‘Narcissus’ (1897) stages the anachronistic nature of romantic adventure in modernity in order to recuperate its own recognition of the revolutionary capacity of the body and collective labor. Throughout his work, Conrad participates in a range of popular genres, often engaging with, and drawing on, multiple genres in the space of a single novel. His formal flexibility at least partially ac...

    Transformative Mobilities and the Non-dit: Constructing Whiteness Across Two French Colonial Spaces

    Between 1860 and 1890, several thousand migrants from Reunion Island settled in New Caledonia. Most were fleeing poverty after the collapse of the sugar industry. While local legend has it that these settlers comprised a handful of rich, white planters and a contingent of Indian coolies, recent research into this group has demonstrated that the migration was on a far greater scale and was racially and socially diverse. Indeed, most Reunionese migrants, both indentured and free, were of Africa...

    Sarah Schulman’s Empathy, Ties that Bind, and the Possibilities of the Stranger

    In her novel Empathy (1992), Sarah Schulman imagines what it means to be caught between the assimilation of Ashkenazi Jewish Americans and the otherness of Eastern Europe. Schulman’s protagonist Anna O. traverses many landscapes and, unlike other characters in the novel that work to transcend their stranger identity, Anna O. makes a new life for herself through negotiating what I will call a liminal identity. For Schulman, the task of illuminating the stranger condition that her main characte...

    Michael Chabon in a Queer Time and Place

    Pursuing the congruency between his preoccupation with portrayals of modulating sexuality on one hand, and hybridising of literary and genre fiction on the other, this article elucidates a speculative point of contact between Michael Chabon’s work and contemporary queer thought on temporality. Exploring formations of development, hope, and utopia in his novels and essays, this article argues that analysing how gender and genre are troubled in Chabon’s work affords a new perspective on our und...

    Standards of Justice for Human Being and Doing in Kim Stanley Robinson’s 2312 and C. S. Friedman’s This Alien Shore

    The creation of superior societies and communities in which bodies live better and thrive depends on richly detailed accounts of imagined societies including flexible theories of justice that can be used to evaluate them. Both Kim Stanley Robinson’s 2312 (2012) and C. S. Friedman’s This Alien Shore (1998) attempt to rethink what bodies can do and be, by exploring ways of living together among those with different, and differently compatible, bodies. The novels are set in future spacefaring so...
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