"On the State of Race Theory: A Conversation with David Theo Goldberg"
by Susan Searls Giroux
"The Politics of Resentment" by Marlia E. Banning
"Celebrity, Literacy, the Alter Ego" by Jeffrey Rice
"Class Shifts" by Evan Watkins
"Feeling Academic" by Jeffrey J. Williams
"History as the Path of Invention: A Response to Jeffrey Williams" by Christopher Carter
"Reservations: A Response to Karen Kopelson" by Pamela L. Caughie
"Shame in Academe: On the Politics of Emotion in Academic Culture" by Jeffrey R. Di Leo
"Immigrant Act" by Ilene Crawford
"Theories of Affect and the Call for Practicality: A Response to Jenny Edbauer"
by Christa Albrecht-Crane
"The Trouble With Affect" by Laura R. Micciche
"A Chorus of Cynics and Provisional Ethics: A Response to Matthew Levy" by Lisa Langstraat
"Energies and Outbursts: A Response to Laura Micciche" by Jenny Edbauer
"Is There in Truth No Composition?" by Kevin J. Porter
Review Essays"On Silence and Listening: 'Bewilderment, Confrontation, Refusal, and Dream'"
by Daphne Desser
Reviews"The Poetics of Political Thinking by Davide Panagia" by Eve Wiederhold
"The Function of Theory in Composition Studies by Raúl Sánchez" by Daniel Smith
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