MICHAEL W. CLUNE
What Does Literary Studies Know?
Michael Clune reads Jonathan Kramnick’s “Paper Minds: Literature and the Ecology of Consciousness.”
Thought Against Life: Cyrus Console’s “Romanian Notebook”
Michael W. Clune on Cyrus Console’s “Romanian Notebook.”
Loving the Alien: Thomas Ligotti and the Psychology of Cosmic Horror
We have fallen in love with the world revealed by H.P. Lovecraft's fiction, but we have not understood what we love or why. Thomas Ligotti shows us.
Against Common Sense
Rei Terada’s "Looking Away" has given us a grammar for the feeling of wanting to escape from something unfixable.
THERE ARE TWO KINDS of things, wrote J.L. Austin in an essay that Arthur Danto made famous: things that are
Response to "What Was Neoliberalism?": A Debate Between Joshua Clover / Jasper Bernes and Michael W. Clune
The following is a letter to the editor written by Joshua Clover and Jasper Bernes in response to Michael Clune's article
What Was Neoliberalism?
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