Cultural Productions of 9/11

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Introducing “Cultural Productions of 9/11”

Reconstruction: Studies in Contemporary Culture, Issue 11.2

Edited By Christopher Schaberg and Kara Thompson

Featuring:

Christopher Schaberg and Kara Thompson, “Avatars of 9/11”

Wendy Kozol, “Looking Elsewhere”

Scott Cutler Shershow, “The Time of Sacrifice: Derrida contra Agamben

Daniel Ross, “Passages to Immortality: Arakawa and Gins, Stiegler, and September 11”

Caren Kaplan, “‘A Rare and Chilling View’: Aerial Photography as Biopower in the Visual Culture of ‘9/11’”
Marian Macken, “The Event in Miniature: 9/11 and the New York City Model”

David Simpson, “A Confusion of Tongues”

Bidhan Chandra Roy, “The Tragic Mulatto Revisited: Post 9/11 Pakistani-American identities in H.M Naqvi’s Home Boy and Mohsin Hamid’s The Reluctant Fundamentalist”

Pamela Mansutti, “‘The chickens have come to roost!’ Post-9/11 Revengeful Narratives in Lorrie Moore’s A Gate at the Stairs”

Mark Noonan, “Re-writing Ourselves in the Wake of 9/11”
Christine Muller, “Enduring Impact: The Crisis Fetish in Post-9/11 American Television”

Mary Bloodsworth-Lugo & Carmen Lugo, “9/11 Goes to the Movies: The Mythological Reverberations of the ‘Day that Changed America’”

Trimiko Melancon, “The ‘Metalanguage’ of Race and the (Post) 9/11 Moment: Words Never Said”

Joyce Goggin, “Therapeutic Gaming and 9/11”

Reconstruction: Studies in Contemporary Culture (ISSN: 1547-4348) is an innovative online cultural studies journal dedicated to fostering an intellectual community composed of scholars and their audience, granting them all the ability to share thoughts and opinions on the most important and influential work in contemporary interdisciplinary studies. Reconstruction publishes three themed issues and one open issue per year. Send open submissions (year round) to reconstruction.submissions@gmail.com and submissions for themed issues to the appropriate editors listed on the site at www.reconstruction.eserver.org Reconstruction also accepts proposal for special issue editors and topics. Reconstruction is indexed in the MLA International Bibliography.

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