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    4. Have I Been Destroyed? Answering to Authority and the Politics of the Father–Avital Ronell

    5. The Fable of the Stork and Other False Sexual Theories–Joan Copjec

    6. Between Irony and Revolution: Sexual Difference and the Case of Aufhebung–Miglena Nikolchina

    7. The Practice of Feminist Theory–Elizabeth Grosz

    8. Unbelonging: In Motion–Ranjana Khanna

    9. What's the Difference? Religion and the Question of Theory–Elizabeth A. Castelli

    10. The Graduate Student I Was, the Graduate Courses I Teach, and What Theory's Got to Do with It–Susan Gubar

    11. I'm Not There: The Absence of Theory–Lee Edelman

    12. Still Here: The Remains of Difference–Jacques Khalip

    13. Here Are the Dogs: Poverty in Theory–Gayle Salamon

    14. Thinking Differently–Elizabeth Cowie

    15. Underbelly–Elizabeth A. Wilson

    16. Reading for Pleasure–Elizabeth Weed

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