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CURRICULUM VITAE
Emily S. Apter

Departments of French, English and Comparative Literature

New York University

19 University Place

NY, NY 10003-4559

tel: office: (212) 998-8714

CURRENT POSITION:

Chair, Department of Comparative Literature, NYU

Professor, French and Comparative Literature, NYU

Affiliate: Department of English, NYU

Affiliate: The Kevorkian Center, NYU

Faculty, Whitney Independent Study Program

TEACHING EXPERIENCE:
2002- Professor of French and Comparative Literature, NYU
1998-2002 Professor, Dept of Comparative Literature (Chair) and Professor of French, UCLA
1997-98 Professor, Comparative Literature (Chair) and Romance Studies, Cornell University
1993-97 Professor of French and Comparative Literature, UCLA
1997 French Cultural Studies Summer Institute, Dartmouth College
1995 Faculty Member, Summer Institute, French Cultural Studies, Northwestern University
1990-93 Professor of French, UC Davis
1993 Society for the Humanities Graduate Seminar, Cornell University
1992 Visiting Professor, University of Pennsylvania
1988-90 Associate Professor of Romance Languages, Williams College.
1982-87 Assistant Professor of Romance Languages, Williams College.

EDUCATION:


1983 Ph.D., Comparative Literature, Princeton University.

Major field of concentration: 19th and 20th-century French, British and German literature; theory, history of literary criticism

1977-80 M.A., Comparative Literature, Princeton University
1972-77 B.A., Harvard University,

Major: History and Literature (England and France 1750-1950)

Minor: Political Philosophy

ACADEMIC HONORS AND EXTRAMURAL PROFESSIONAL SERVICE:


2015 Global Institute of Advanced Study Workshop Grant for “Political Concepts” Working Group and Conference
2015 Program Committee, ACLA
2015 Appointed Faculty Affiliate, The Kevorkian Center, NYU
2015 Appointed Visiting Professor, Univ. of St. Gallen
2015 Elected Second Vice President of ACLA (for presidential term in 2017)
2015 Reviewer, Princeton Institute of Advanced Study Fellowships
2015 Reviewer, Brown University Cogut Center Fellowships
2014 Elected to the Executive Council, MLA
2014 Elected to the Division on Comparative Studies in Twentieth-Century Literature, MLA
2014 French Voices Awards Committee (French Embassy)
2014 Humanities Council Fellow, Princeton University

2013 Elected Delegate for New York, MLA


2012 Visiting Professor, NYU-Ecole Normale Supérieure (Paris)
2011 Humanities Initiative translation grant for French edition of The Translation Zone
2011 Visiting Prof., Humanities Center, University of Pittsburgh
2010-2012 Awarded 2 yr. Mellon Grant (with Co-Organizer Jacques Lezra) for a seminar for dissertation students on “The Problem of Translation.”
2010-2011 Humanities Initiative Freud Seminar Series

2010 Funding from the Centre National de Recherche Scientifique, Paris


2010- Member of the Advisory Board, Institute of World Literature, Harvard University
2010-2013 ACLS Fellowship Evaluator for American Council of Learned Societies
2009-2010 Humanities Initiative Research Fellowship, NYU

2009-2010 Working Research Group: (Ben Kafka and Clifford Siskin, organizers) "Media and Mediation"


2009-2015 Lecture Series Co-Organizer: “New French Philosophy”

Co-organized with Denis Hollier, Ben Kafka, Alexander Galloway. (Awarded Funds from NYU Humanities Initiative).


2009 Award from CNRS-NYU Partnership
2008 Funding from the Undergraduate Dean’s Office for New

Course Development (course in French and Art History)


2007 Humanities Council Funding for Lecture Series: “Timing

the Political”

2006-2010 Elected to MLA Division: Comparative Studies in Romanticism and the Nineteenth Century
2005-2013 Panel Series Organizer: “Rethinking 19th French Studies”
2003-06 Judge: Isabel Sibley Awards for Travel and Research
2004 Guggenheim Fellowship
2003 Elected Member of New York Humanities Institute
2001 Rockefeller Fellowship, Institute for Research in African, Diaspora and Caribbean Cultures, CUNY, New York
2001-04 MLA Honors and Awards Committee (Chair 2003)
1999 Organizer, American Comparative Literature Association Conference: “Comparative Literature and Cultural Transnationalisms: Past and Future” in Montreal, Canada.
1998-99 PMLA Editorial Board Member
1995-98 Advisory Board and Conference Organizing Committee, American Comparative Literature Association
1995 Faculty, Dartmouth French Institute, Dartmouth College
1994 Research Award, Center for the Study of Women, UCLA
1993 Senior Fellow, The Society for the Humanities, Cornell University
1991 Grant from College Art Association
1989-90 Mellon Fellow, University of Pennsylvania
1983-89 Humanities Divisional Research Grants, Williams College
1985-86 American Council of Learned Societies, Research Fellowship
1985 National Endowment for the Humanities, Summer Research Grant
1980-81 Fellowship from the French Ministry of Culture (Ecole Normale Supérieure)

COURSES TAUGHT:


Translating Violence, Translating Justice, grad seminar co-taught with Benjiman Conisbee Baer, Princeton University

Barthes’s Attachments: Desire, Mourning, Suffering, Resilience (French Grad/Undergrad seminar with Philippe Roger, EHESS)

Recent French Theory, (Grad Sem, French Dept)

Proseminar in Comparative Literature (Grad Sem, Comp Lit)

Live/Work: Biography, Archive, Collective Authorship, Afterlife (Grad Sem, Comp Lit)

Planetary Criticism/Death Drive/Aesthetics of Catastrophe (Undergrad Sem, Comp Lit)

Political Fiction (Grad Sem, NYU-in-Paris)

Feminist Theory in the Aftermath of the DSK Affair (Undergrad, NYU-in-Paris)

The World Literature Debates (Graduate Seminar, Comp Lit)

Forms of the Novel: Historical, Political, Aesthetic, Technological (Graduate seminar, French)

Nineteenth-Century Political Fiction (Graduate Seminar, French)

The Seminar on the Seminar: Pedagogy and the Division of the Faculties in the History of Comparative Literature (Graduate Seminar, Comp Lit).

French Feminism Then and Now (Graduate Seminar, French)

The Politics of Periodization (Graduate Seminar, Comp. Lit)

Untranslatables: (Graduate Proseminar in Comparative Literature)

The French Seventies: Literature, Theory, and How to Study a Decade (Graduate Seminar, French)

Books of the Times: History, Temporality, Periodicity (Comp Lit junior undergraduate seminar)

Symbolism and Decadence (undergraduate lecture course, French)

Decadence: The Century (grad seminar, French)

History and Theory of Comparative Literature (grad seminar, Comp Lit)

Readings in Contemporary Criticism and Theory (Undergrad, Comp Lit)

Phantasmagorias of Modernity: 19th Century French Art and Literature (Team-Taught course with Linda Nochlin, IFA/FAS)

Jacques Derrida and the Future of Theory (grad seminar, French/English)

Humanities in the Era of Global Comparatism (grad seminar/lectur series). Team-Taught with Mary Louise Pratt

Theorizing “Francophonie” (grad seminar, French)

French Criticism and Theory (undergrad course, French)

The Deleuzian Century: Theory, Art and Politics (grad seminar, French)

Women Writers in France (undergrad course, French)

The “Terror” of Theory, (Comp Lit grad seminar, UCLA)

The French Avant-Garde: Image, Text, Theory (grad seminar, French, UCLA)

Baudelaire: Poetics and Close Reading (grad seminar, French, UCLA)

History and Theory of Comparative Literature (grad seminar, Comp Lit, UCLA)

Rethinking Decadence (grad seminar, French, UCLA)

From Humanism to the Problem of the Human, (grad seminar, Comp Lit UCLA)

Translation and the Literary Market, (grad. seminar, Comp Lit UCLA, Cornell)

Fin-de-Siècle or Belle Epoque? Art ,Politics and Society in 1890's France,

(Team-taught European Studies undergraduate honors seminar with Professor Debora Silverman, UCLA)

Sexuality and Signs in the Belle Epoque (grad. seminar, French, UCLA)

Orientalism and Decadence (grad. seminar in French, UCLA)

African Literature and Theory in French (grad/undergrad. French, UCLA)

Nineteenth-Century French Novel (French, UCLA)

Survey in 19th and 20th Century French Novel (UCLA)

Contemporary French Culture and Social History (French, UCLA)

French Realism and the Feminine Subject (French, UCLA)

French Colonial Fiction and Postcolonial Theory (grad. seminar, Cornell University and University of Pennsylvania)

Myths of Primitivism (Critical Theory grad. seminar, UC Davis)

French Feminism (grad. seminar, Women's Studies Program, UC Davis)

Romanticism and Exoticism (undergrad, French, UC Davis)

Introduction to the French Novel, (undergrad, French, UC Davis)

Gender and Politics in Contemporary French Fiction (undergrad, French UC Davis)

The Rise of European Modernism, (Literary Studies core course, Williams College).

Discourses of Love: Fiction, Theory and Psychoanalysis (Williams)

The French Avant-Garde from Jarry to Bataille (Williams)

Psychoanalysis and Culture in Modern Fiction (Research Seminar, Williams)

The Nineteenth-Century Novel in France (Williams)

Culture and Politics in Contemporary France (Williams)

French Romanticism (Williams)

Introduction to the French Novel (Williams)

The Symbolist Movement (senior seminar, Williams)

Literature in Translation (Williams)


ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE:

NYU:

Department Chair, Comparative Literature (Fall 2015- )



Graduate Studies Committee and Admissions, (Comp Lit 2015-16)

DGS, Comp Lit (Spring 2014)

Organizing Committee, ACLA at NYU (2013)

Chaired Tenure Committee, Hala Halim (Comp Lit) 2013

Job Placement Officer and Workshop Leader (French, 2013-14)

Salary Committee (Comp. Lit. 2012)

Job Workshop, French Dept. (2010-2011)

Futures Committee, French Dept. (Chair)

Promotion and Tenure Committee (2010)

Graduate Studies Committees (both French and Comp Lit)

Search Committee (French 2010 [Medieval Search]

Search Committee (Comp Lit: 2010 [Classics and Black Atlantic]

Chair, Promotion Committee (Comparative Literature)

Graduate Admissions Committee (Comparative Literature and French)

Search Committee (French, Cinema Studies Position)

Search Committee (French, Sixteenth-Century Position)

Search Committee (English, two Postcolonial Positions)

Teacher and Training Committee (French, 2 years, Chair first year)

Undergraduate Studies Committee (French, one year)

University-Wide Undergraduate Honors Committee (2 years)

Humanities Council Committee Member

Gender and Sexuality Center Advisory Committee


UCLA :
Chair, Dept. of Comparative Literature

Co-Director of The Theory Seminar (coordinating program of visiting faculty and speakers: Fredric Jameson, Giorgio Agamben, Akbar Abbas, Etienne Balibar, Maryse Condé, Slavoj Zizek, Gayatri Spivak, Rey Chow, Jacques Rancière)

Director of Graduate Studies, Comp Lit

Committee on Academic Research

Advisory Board, Center for Modern and Contemporary Culture

Search Committee, German Dept. (search for Chair)

Search Committee, French (search for Chair)

Graduate Studies Committee, French

Faculty Member in the Curatorial Program in Critical and Museum Studies (Art Dept)

Center for the Study of Women Executive Committee

Women's Studies Advisory Committee

African Studies and African American Studies Programs

Dean's Committee for Establishment of Humanities Center at UCLA

Curriculum Committee, French Dept.

European Studies Program Advisory Committee

Gay and Lesbian Task Force Committee

Undergraduate Senior Essay Prize Committee

Lecture Committees, French and Comp Lit

Academic Senate Representative

CORNELL Department Chair, Comparative Literature

Director of Graduate Studies

Humanities Council


DAVIS Academic Senate Representative

Davis Humanities Institute Advisory Board

Critical Theory Executive Board

Women's Studies Curriculum Committee

Committee on Undergraduate Scholarships

French and Italian Department Lecture Committee

French and Italian Curriculum Committee
WILLIAMS Chair, Program in Comparative Literature (three years)

Chair, Fulbright Committee, (two years)

Women's Studies Committee

Literary Studies Committee

Bernhard Visiting Professor Committee

Committee on Priorities and Resources

President's Committee on establishing a Center for the Humanities and Social Sciences at Williams
Editorial Advisory Boards:
Diacritics

Publication of the Modern Language Association (PMLA)

Francospheres

Public Culture

Women’s Studies Quarterly

Romanic Review

October. A Journal of Art, Theory, Criticism, Politics

Signs

Comparative Literature
Additional Editorial Responsibilities:
ACLA Editorial Committee, Report on Comparative Literature, 2005
Book Series Editor, (since 1999) Translation/Transnation Princeton University Press

Books published in series:

Azade Seyhan, Writing Outside the Nation

Margaret Cohen and Carolyn Dever, eds. The Literary Channel: The Inter-national Invention of the Novel

Kirsten Silva Gruesz, Ambassadors of Culture: The Transamerican Origins of Latino Writing

David Damrosch, What is World Literature?

Reda Bensmaïa, Experimental Nations, or the Invention of the Maghreb

Isabel Hofmayr, The Portable Bunyan: A Transnational History of the Pilgrim’s Progress

Etienne Balibar, We the People of Europe? Reflections on Transnational Citizenship

Sandra Bermann and Michael Wood, eds. Nation, Language and the Ethics of Translation

Srinivas Aravamudan, Guru English: South Asian Religion in a Cosmopolitan Language

Nicholas Brown, Utopian Generations: The Political Horizon of Twentieth-Century Literature

Martin Puchner, Poetry of the Revolution: Marx, Manifestos and Avant-Gardes

Emily Apter, The Translation Zone. A New Comparative Literature

Gil Hochberg, In Spite of Partition: Arabs, Jews, and the Limits of Separatist Imagination

The Princeton Sourcebook in Comparative Literature: From the European Enlightenment to the Global Present eds. David Damrosch et al.

Mary Helen McMurran, The Spread of Novels

Timothy Bewes, The Event of Postcolonial Shame

Margaret Cohen, The Novel and the Sea

Margaret Litvin, Hamlet’s Arab Journey: Shakespeare’s Prince and Nasser’s Ghost

Andrew Rubin, Archives of Authority

John Hamilton, Security: Politics, Humanity, and the Philology of Care

Barbara Cassin et al, Dictionary of Untranslatables: A Philosophical Lexicon

Mark Sanders, Learning Zulu: A Secret History of Language in South Africa

Michael Allan, Site Reading: Colonial Egypt and the Making of a Literary World


Guest Co-editor with Emmanuel Bouju of special issue on Political Fiction in the journal Raison Publique (Spring, 2014).
Guest Editor: A special issue of Public Culture (“Translation in a Global Market” (Spring 2001)
Guest Editor: (with David Rodowick and Anton Kaes) of a special issue of PMLA (“Mobile Citizens, Media States”) Spring 2002
Co-Editor: (with Tom Keenan) of a roundtable on “Humanism without Borders” for the journal Alphabet City (Spring 2000)

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS:


Books:
French Translation of The Translation Zone: A New Comparative Literature (Zones de traduction: vers une nouvelle littérature comparée Trans. Hélène Quiniou. (Paris: Editions Fayard) in the series “Ouvertures” edited by Barbara Cassin and Alain Badiou ( 2015). Reviewed in Le Monde des Livres by Nicolas Weill (Oct. 2015).
Co-editor with Jacques Lezra and Michael Wood of the English edition of the Vocabulaire européen des philosophies: Dictionnaire des intraduisibles ed. Barbara Cassin. Title of Translation: Dictionary of Untranslatables: A Philosophical Lexicon (Princeton University Press, 2014).

Reviewed in The New Yorker, The Wall Street Journal, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Times Literary Supplement, Le Figaro Littéraire, Le Figaro, Independent on Sunday, Le monde diplomatique, Slate, New Inquiry, Asymptote, Choice, The London Review of Books.


Co-authored Introduction (with co-editor and translator Bruno Bosteels) of Alain Badiou’s The Age of the Poets and Other Writings on Twentieth-Century Poetry and Prose (November 2014).
Against World Literature. On the Politics of Untranslatability (Verso, 2013)
The Translation Zone: A New Comparative Literature (Princeton University Press, 2006)
Continental Drift: From National Characters to Virtual Subjects (University of Chicago Press, 1999).
Fetishism as Cultural Discourse. Edited by Emily Apter and William Pietz (a collection of interdisciplinary essays on fetishism: medical history, anthropology, literary criticism, art and film theory). Cornell University Press, 1993. Personal contribution to book includes Introduction and Interview with artist Mary Kelly.
Feminizing the Fetish: Psychoanalysis and Narrative Obsession in Turn-of-the-Century France. Cornell University Press, 1991.
André Gide and the Codes of Homotextuality. Stanford French and Italian Studies, vol. 48. Saratoga, Calif.: Anma Libri, 1987.
BOOKS IN PROGRESS:
Unexceptional Politics: A Glossary of Terms for a Theory of “Politics small ‘p’” (under contract with Verso).
Translating in-Equality: Equivalence, Justness, Rightness, Equaliberty

ESSAYS/ARTICLES FORTHCOMING:


“’The Democratic Torrent:’ Rancière’s Micropolitics,” in Understanding Rancière, Understanding Modernism ed. Patrick Bray, Bloomsbury Press, forthcoming fall 2016.

“Non-Equivalent, Not Translated, Incommensurate: Rethinking the Units of Comparison in Comparative Literature” for published volume of plenary sessions delivered at the International Comparative Literature Association (2016)


Interview with Simone Bertoia on Translation Theory, forthcoming, Centennial Review (2016)
“Interference,” in Critical Transitions: Genealogies and Trajectories of Change ed. Mark Botha, forthcoming, Bloomsbury, fall 2017.
Response to Questionnaire on “Materialisms,” in October 155, Spring 2016.
“Shibboleth: Policing by Ear and Forensic Listening in Projects by Lawrence Abu Hamdan,” in October (2016).
“Rethinking the Textual Object: Translated, Archived, Curated, Punctuated, Looked At, Listened To….” for book edited by Tim Griffin (based on a conference at The Kitchen)

 

“Althusser’s Untranslatables” for volume titled Reading Capital: 1965-2015 edited by Nick Nesbitt (under provisional contract with Verso).


JOURNALISM/RADIO/EVENTS
Discussion on Art and Literature, Maison Française, with Alain Badiou (12/10/15)



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Emily Apter, ‘Transatlantic Feminism’ post-DSK affair’. Public Books. http://www.publicbooks.org/nonfiction/transatlantic-feminism-post-dsk-affairhttp://www.publicbooks.org/nonfiction/transatlantic-feminism-post-dsk-affair

Blog Discussion on Emma Sulkowitz Projects:

http://silviakolbowskiblog.com/2015/10/22/whats-art-got-to-do-with-it-a-conversation-about-art-and-rape-with-emily-apter-emily-liebert-and-siona-wilson/
Interview, Slate Salon (Radio)
 http://www.slate.com/articles/podcasts/gist/2014/12/the_gist_untranslatable_with_emily_apter_and_guantanamo_with_cliff_sloan.html
Review of the Whitney Biennial, Artforum 52, no. 9 (May, 2014). 312-313.

PUBLISHED ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP:


“Lexilalia: On Translating an Untranslatable Dictionary of Philosophical Terms” (for Paragraph, special issue on Translation edited by Michael Syrotinski). (Fall, 2015).
“Rethinking Periodization for the `Now-Time:’” in Being Contemporary, ed. Lia Brozgal (Liverpool University Press, Fall 2015).
“Blue Sky Days are Always Ominous,” Catalogue Essay for a show of work by David Birkin at The Mosaic Rooms Gallery in London (Jan. 2015)
“Recent French Theory: Modes of Existence, Measured Life” for special issue of Textual Practice devoted to the topic: How Abstract Is It?  Economic Crisis and the Return of the Real (Fall 2014), will soon be published in a book of the same title published by Routledge.
“Impolitic,” in Political Concepts (ed. Anne Stoler), Spring, 2014.
“Barbara Cassin, philosophe de l’intraduisible,” publication of the Actes du Colloque from the Cerisy-la-Salle colloquium on the work of Barbara Cassin. (2014)
“Fictions politiques/démarches impolitiques,” in French journal Raison Publique

Co-editor with Emmanuel Bouju of special issue on Political Fiction for Raison Publique (spring, 2014).


Preface, English edition of the Vocabulaire européen des philosophies: dictionnaire des intraduisibles (Dictionary of Untranslatables: A Philosophical Lexicon). Princeton University Press, 2014, vii-xv.
“Translation at the Checkpoint,” in Journal of Postcolonial Writing 50, Issue 1 (Fall, 2014): 56-74.
“Politics ‘small p’: Second Empire Machiavellianism in Zola’s Son Excellence Eugène Rougon in Romanic Review Vol. 102 Nos. 3-4 May-Nov. 2011 (published in 2013): 411-426.
“Planet Dysphoria,” for special issue of Third Text on “Art and Ecology,” No. 120 (Jan. 2013): 131-140.
“Occupy Derivatives!/Politics ‘smallest p’” October 142 (Fall 2012): 86-106.
“Towards a Unisex Erotics: Claude Cahun and Geometric Modernism,” in Modernist Eroticisms: European Literature After Sexology, eds. Anna Katharina Schaffner and Shane Weller (Palgrave, MacMillan, 2012): 124-149.
French translation (by Fabienne Durand-Bogaert) of “Muntadas’s Art of Translation,” catalogue essay for exhibition: “Muntadas: Entre/Between” opening in Paris at the Jeu de Paume in fall 2012.
“Campus et media: lutte à mort pour le marché des “vies” (Critique May, 2012).
“Philosophizing World Literature,” in special issue of SITES, “Littérature et Philosophie,” ed. Réda Bensmaia. Vol. 16, no. 2 (March, 2012): 171-186.
“Le Bovary de Marx,” Revue LHT no. 9 Special issue “Après le Bovarysme,” http://www.fabula.org/lht/9/ (Spring, 2012).
Conversation with Artist Silvia Kolbowski, The Brooklyn Rail (October 2011). www.brooklynrail.org/2011/10/art/silvia-kolbowski-with-emily-apter
“Pour une politique de la traduction. Entretien avec Emily Apter” with Kate Briggs and Hélène Quiniou in Revue Internationale des Livres et des Idées No. 2 (Nov-Dec. 2011): 44-51.
“Muntadas’ Art of Translation,” Catalogue essay for Exhibition, “Muntadas: Entre/Between” at the Museo de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid (Nov. 23 211-March 26, 2011).
Response to Maurice Samuels’ essay on “Trauma in Literary History” in Romanic Review (Fall, 2011).
"The `World' in Littérature-Monde," in Transnational French Studies ed. Alec Hargreaves et al. (Liverpool University Press, Spring 2011).
“Terrestrial Humanism: Edward Said and World Literature” (Blackwell Companion to Comparative Literature), eds. Ali Behdad and Dominic Thomas (2011).
"O Seminar!" Cabinet 39 (Fall 2010) 97-104.
“Philosophical Translation and Untranslatability,” in Profession PMLA, (Fall 2010): 50-63.
“The Right to Translation: Deconstructive Pedagogies, 1979/2009,” boundary 2 Vol. 37, 3 (Fall 2010): 29-56.
“The Nineteenth-Century Business Novel: Speculation and Economic Xenophobia as Literary World-Systems” in French Global: A New Approach to French Literary History (Columbia UP, 2010), 338-403.
“Women’s Time (Again),” in a special issue of differences: “What’s the Difference? The Question of Theory” (Fall, 2010),1-18.
“Celebrity Gifting: Mallarmé and the Poetics of Fame,” in Constructing Charisma: Celebrity, Fame, and Power in the Long Nineteenth Century eds. Ed Berenson and Eva Giloi (Bergahn Books, Fall 2010), 86-102.
Afterword (co-authored with Elaine Freedgood) to a special issue “The Way We Read Now: On Symptomatic Reading and its Aftermath,” Representations 108 (Fall, 2009): 139-146.
Article on Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick for Artforum (September, 2009): 63-64.
“What is Yours, Ours and Mine: On the Limits of Ownership and the Creative Commons,” in Angelaki Vol. 14 No. 1 (April 2009): 87-199. (A different version of this essay appeared in October 126 (Fall 2008): 91-114).
“Unimondisme: Esthétique de la société paranoïaque” in Technologies de contrôle dans la mondialisation : enjeux politiques, éthiques et esthétiques" (éditions Kimé, 2010): 149-164.
Introduction: “Untiming the Nineteenth-Century” Forum of Panel Papers from MLA 2007, in PMLA Vol. 124, No. 1 (Jan 2009): 273-288.
“Literary World Systems,” in Teaching World Literature ed. David Damrosch (New York: The Modern Language Association of America, 2009): pp. 44-60.
“Translation 9/11: Terrorism, Immigration, Language Politics” in Globalization, Political Violence and Translation, eds. Esperanza Bielsa and Christopher W. Hughes (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009): 195-206. Different version of this essay previously published in The Global South Special Issue: Globalization and the Future of Comparative Literature, Vol. 1. no. 2 (Fall 2007): 69-80.
“Thinking Red: Ethical Militance and the Group Subject,” in Communities of Sense: Rethinking Aesthetics and Politics eds. Beth Hinterliter et al. (Duke Univ. Press, 2009): 294-316). Essay previously published in Grey Room
“Laws of the 70’s: Badiou’s Revolutionary Untimeliness,” in Cardozo Law Review Vol. 29 No. 5 (April 2008): 1885-1904.
“Untranslatables: A World System” in New Literary History Vol. 39 (Summer 2008), No. 3: 581-598. (Translated into Japanese by Sachi Nakachi, 2011).
“Technics of the Subject: The Avatar-Drive” in Postmodern Culture Vol 18, No. 2 (Jan. 2008).
“Biography of A Translation: Madame Bovary between Eleanor Marx and Paul de Man”

in Translation Studies Vol. 1, No. 1 (January 2008): 73-89.


“Taskography: Translation as Genre of Literary Labor,” PMLA Special Issue “Remapping Genre,” Vol. 122, No. 5 (October 2007): 1403-1415.
“A Roundtable with Emily Apter,” Arch Literary Journal [online journal] (Spring 2007)
“The Wolf-man Found in Translation” in Salt [online journal] (Spring 2007)

“Untranslatable? The `Reading’ versus the `Looking’” in special issue on Intermedial Translation, eds. Mieke Bal and Joanne Morra, Journal of Visual Culture Vol. 6 no.1 (April 2007): 148-156.


Translatio globale: l’invention de la littérature comparée, Istanbul 1933” in Littérature Special issue: “Et la critique américaine?” No. 144 (December 2006): 25-55.
“A Referendum on Psychoanalytical Feminism,” in Women Artists at the Millennium ed. Carol Armstrong, MIT Press, 2006.
“Translation After 9/11,” Transit (Journal of German Dept. UC-Berkeley), 2006: 2-10.
“Maternal Fetishism” in Perversions edited by Danny Nobus and Lisa Downing, Blackwell. (Summer 2006): 241-260.
“Theorizing Francophonie,” Comparative Literary Studies Vol. 42, No. 4 (2006): 297-311


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