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Athena Athanasiou teaches in the Department of Social Anthropology at Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences.
Table of Contents
1: Aporetic dispossession, or the trouble with dispossession
2: The logic of dispossession and the matter of the human (after the critique of metaphysics of substance)
3: A caveat about the “primacy of economy”
4: Sexual dis-possessions
5: Trans/possessions, or bodies beyond themselves
6: The sociality of self-poetics: Talking back to the violence of recognition
7: Recognition and survival; or, surviving recognition
8: Relationality as self-dispossession
9: Uncounted bodies, incalculable performativity
10: Responsiveness as responsibility
11: Ex-propriating (the) performative
12: Dispossessed languages, or singularities named and renamed
13: The political promise of the performative
14: The governmentality of “crisis” and its resistances
15: Enacting another vulnerability: On owing and owning
16: Trans-border affective foreclosures and state racism
17: Public grievability and the politics of memorialization
18: The political affects of plural performativity
19: Conundrums of solidarity
20: The university, the humanities, and the book bloc
21: Spaces of appearance, politics of exposure