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Current Issue 48.2
- Anachronic Potentialities
- Historical Immanence and the Problem of the New: On the “Necessary Anachronism” of György Lukács
- Anachronism and Idiocy: History, Realism, and the Aesthetics of Versimilitude
- Specters of Untimeliness in Postwar Japan: Reflections on the Problem of a Second Imperial Restoration
- From a Laughable Anachronism to a Civilizing Mission: French Colonization 1830-71
- A Communism of Intelligence: Early Communism in Late Imperial India
- Anachronism and the Conflict of Times
- Anachronism’s Last Laugh
- Cathy Caruth, with Romain Pasquer Brochard and Ben Tam
- “Who Speaks from the Site of Trauma? An Interview with Cathy Caruth”
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