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The American Politics of French Theory


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Table of Contents

List of Figures
List of Abbreviations

Introduction: Margins, Rhizomes, Relays, and Conversation – Thinking Translation Associatively

1. Translating Margins: Paris–Derrida–New York, 1968
2. Translating Movement: Going Underground with Deleuze and Guattari

 I. Paris X New York with Jean-Jacques Lebel
 II. For the Movement of Columbia (from the Movement in Columbia)
 III. Becoming Allies. Becoming Women’s LibeRATion

3. Prison Liberation by Association: Michel Foucault and the George Jackson Atlantic
4. In Search of Common Ground: On Semiotext(e) and Schizo-Culture

Conclusion: Disseminating Foreign Principles

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About the Author

Jason Demers is an instructor in the Department of English at the University of Regina.


"Demers treats the relationship between French theory and American politics as associative and dynamic rather than as causal and linear. He writes deftly across cultures and established narratives, linking texts to politics both empirically and imaginatively – a difficult undertaking that involves managing an extensive secondary as well as primary literature."
*H-France Review*

“Demers’ book provides a new and stimulating perspective on thinkers who, to many of us, have become all too familiar.”
*Journal of Modern History*

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