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"Enchantment? No, Thank You" in George Levine, ed., The Joy of Secularism: 11 Essays For How We Live Now (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2011), 74-94.
Review of Gilbert Achcar, The Arabs and the Holocaust, n+1 Book Review, January 2011.
"Orange Juice and Agent Orange," Occasion (Stanford), in "States of Welfare," January 2011.
"Chomsky's Golden Rule," New Literary History 40:3 (Autumn 2009), 547-565; published in Turkish in earlier version, Varlik (Istanbul), 2009.
"The Worlding of the American Novel," Leonard Cassuto, ed., The Cambridge History of the American Novel (Cambridge and NY: Cambridge UP, forthcoming); also in British and American Literature Studies (Shanghai), 11 (2009), 369-388.
"Deadwood: Academic Freedom and Smart People," South Atlantic Quarterly 108:4 (Fall 2009),
Reviews of Srinivas Aravamudan, Guru English: South Asian Religion in a Cosmopolitan Language and Aamir R. Mufti, Enlightenment in the Colony: The Jewish Question and the Crisis of Postcolonial Culture, Modern Language Quarterly 69:4 (December 2008), 572-577.
Roundtable on Isobel Armstrong, Victorian Glassworlds: Glass Culture and the Imagination, 1830-1880, Journal of Victorian Culture, 2010.
National Blaming: W.G. Sebald and the Bombing of Germany,"
Austin Sarat and Nasser Hussain, eds., Forgiveness,
Mercy, and Clemency (Stanford: Stanford University
Press, 2007), 138-155.
"Commodity Histories," PMLA 120:2
(March 2005), 454-463.
and Politics in the Humanities and Human Rights," boundary
32:1 (Spring 2005), 191-208.
on Culture and Cultural Rights" (with Elsa Stamatopoulou), South
Atlantic Quarterly, 102: 2/3 Spring/Summer 2004,
"Can There Be Loyalty
in The Financier? Dreiser
and Upward Mobility," Leonard Cassuto and
Clare Virginia Eby, eds., Cambridge Companion to
Theodore Dreiser (Cambridge: Cambridge University
Press, 2004), 112-126.
America, and the Welfare State," "Theories
of American Culture/ Theories of American Studies" ed
Winfried Fluck and Thomas Claviez, REAL - Yearbook
of Research in English and American Literature,
19:5 (2003), 201-224; Genre (Fall 2005), forthcoming.
Gayatri Spivak on Upward Mobility," Cultural
Studies, 17:1 (2003),
"The Sweatshop Sublime," PMLA 117:1
(January 2002), 84-97; also Helen Small, ed. The
Public Intellectual (Oxford: Blackwell, 2002),
"Pretend What You Like:
Literature Under Construction," Liz Beaumont Bissell, ed., The
Question of Literature: The Place of the Literary in
Contemporary Theory (Manchester and NY: University
of Manchester Press, 2002), 190-206.
"Very Busy Just
Now: Globalization and Harriedness in Kazuo Ishiguro’s The Unconsoled," Comparative
Literature 53:4 (Fall 2001), 426-441; re-published
in Globalization and the Humanities, ed. David
Leiwei Li (Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 2004),
233-248). Also reprinted in revised form as "Post-Haste:
Elevators, Trams, and Globalization" in the Ghent
Urban Studies Team (GUST), ed., Post Ex Sub Dis: Urban
Fragmentations and Constructions (Brussels, 010 Publishers,
"Disjoining the Left:
Cultural Contradictions of Anti-Capitalism," boundary 2 26:3
(Fall 1999), 29-38.
Celebrity, and Upward Mobility," Postmodern
February 1999 (online journal); reprinted in Radical
History Review, 76:1 (1999), 1-12.
Review of Scott Lucas, The
Betrayal of Dissent and D.J. Taylor, George
Orwell: The Life, The Nation, December
6, 2004, 40-42. Exchange with Christopher Hitchens, The
December 27, 2004, 2.