Articles and contributions

Peer-reviewed journal articles:

  • Critical Proximity”, Journal for Cultural Research 21.4 (2017): 323-336. 50 free eprints available here.
  • Fortress”, Parallax 23.1 (special issue on “Autoimmunities”, eds Stefan Herbrechter and Michelle Jamieson; 2017): 1-10. 50 eprints available here.
  • Hamlet and Posthumanist Politics”, Word & Text 6.1 (2017): 11-21; available online here.
  • “Inhuman – Posthuman – Nonhuman“, PhiN. Philologie im Netz: Beihefte 10 (2016): 9-24; available online here.
  • “Perdre la mesure… Or, The Ecologics of Extinction”, CounterText 2.1 (2016). Pre-publication copy here.
  • Gegen, or Translating the (En)counter”, CounterText 1.2 (2015): 154-168. Pre-publication copy here.
  • “Posthumanistische Bildung?”, Jahrbuch für Pädagogik 2014 (special issue on Menschenverbesserung und Transhumanismus), Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2014: 267-81. Pre-publication copy here.
  • “Dis/locating Posthumanism in European Literary and Critical Traditions”, European Journal of English Studies 18.2 (2014), co-authored by Ivan Callus, Stefan Herbrechter and Manuela Rossini: 103-20. Available here.
  • “‘Nicht dass ich fürchtete, ein Tier zu werden…’; Ökographie in Marlen Haushofers Die Wand”, Figurationen 15.1 (2014): 41-55. Pre-publication copy here.
  • “Posthumanism, Subjectivity, Autobiography”, Subjectivity 6 (2012), special guest- edited issue on “Posthumanist Subjectivities”, eds Stefan Herbrechter & Ivan Callus: 327-47. Pre-publication copy here.
  • “Posthumanist Subjectivities, or, Coming After the Subject” (with Ivan Callus), Subjectivity 6 (2012), special guest-edited issue on “Posthumanist Subjectivities”, eds Stefan Herbrechter & Ivan Callus: 241-64. Pre-publication copy here.
  • “What is a Posthumanist Reading?” (with Ivan Callus) Angelaki 13.3 (2008): 95-111. Pre-publication copy here.
  • “Badiou, Derrida and The Matrix: Cultural Criticism between Objectless Subjects and Subjectless Objects”, Polygraph 16 (2005; special issue on ‘The Philosophy of Alain Badiou’): 205-220. Pre-publication copy here.
  • “The Latecoming of the Posthuman, Or, Why ‘We’ Do the Apocalypse Differently, ‘Now.’” Reconstruction 4:3 (2004). Available online.
  • “Preface: Alterities – Politics of In(ter)vention”, Parallax 33 (special issue “Derrida & Labarrière, Alterities”, trans. and ed. Stefan Herbrechter) 2004: 1-16. Pre-publication copy here.
  • “Lawrence Durrell, Deconstruction and Taoism”, Agora 3.1 (2004). Available online.
  • Plus d’un – Deconstruction and the Translation of Cultural Studies”, Culture Machine 6 (special issue on Cultural Studies and Deconstruction) 2004. Available online.
  • “What’s Wrong with Posthumanism?” (with Ivan Callus) Rhizomes 7 (special issue ‘Theory’s Others’) (Fall 2003). Available online.
  • “Postwriting: Intertextuality and the End of History in Durrell, Swift and Barnes”, In-Between: Essays and Studies in Literary Criticism 11:2 (2002): 241-262. Pre-publication copy here.
  • “Durrell – Auto/Bio/Graphie”, Confluences XXI (2002): 191-202 [in French].
  • “L’Histoire de Durrell”, Confluences XV (1998): 243-262 [in French].

Peer-reviewed contributions to edited collections:

  • “Posthumanist Education”, ed. Paul Smeyers et al., International Handbook of Philosophy of Education, Dordrecht: Springer, 2017 (in print).
  • “Posthumanismus, Subjekt und System”, Was wird Denken heißen? Kognition und Psyche im posthumanen Zeitalter, ed. Marc Jongen, Munich: Wilhelm Fink, 2017 (in print). Pre-publication copy here.
  • “Postmodern”, Cambridge Companion to Literature and the Posthuman, eds. Bruce Clarke and Manuela Rossini, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017: 54-68. Pre-publication copy here.
  • “Derrida On Screen”, The Palgrave Handbook of Posthumanism in Film and Television, eds. Michael Hauskeller et al., Houndmills: Palgrave, 2015: 28-36. Pre-publication copy here.
  • “Shakespeare – Early, Late or Posthumanist? The Case of Hamlet”, Literature and The Long Modernity, eds Mihaela Irimia & Andreea Paris, Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2014, pp. 45-56. Pre-publication copy here.
  • “Hamlet jenseits einer psychologischen Deutung (1): Post-Humanist Hamlet”, Hamlet-Handbuch, ed. Peter W. Marx, Stuttgart: Metzler, 2014, pp. 96-101. Pre-publication copy here.
  • “Treasuring the Self: Romanticism… in Theory”, Treasure in Literature and Culture, ed. Rainer Emig, Heidelberg: Winter, 2013, pp. 35-48. Pre-publication copy here.
  • “Posthumanism” (with Ivan Callus), Routledge Companion to Critical and Cultural Theory, eds. Paul Wake and Simon Malpas, 2nd ed., London: Routledge, 2013, pp. 144-53. Pre-publication copy here.
  • “Theory… for Life”, Style in Theory: Between Literature and Philosophy, eds. Ivan Callus, James Corby & Gloria Lauri-Lucente, Houndmills: Palgrave, 2012, pp. 303-22. Pre-publication copy here.
  • “Introduction – Shakespeare Ever After”, in Stefan Herbrechter & Ivan Callus, eds, Posthumanist Shakespeares, Houndmills: Palgrave, 2012, pp. 1-22. Pre-publication copy here.
  • “‘a passion so strange, outrageous, and so variable’: The Invention of the Inhuman in The Merchant of Venice”, in Stefan Herbrechter & Ivan Callus, eds, Posthumanist Shakespeares, Houndmills: Palgrave, 2012, pp. 41-57. Pre-publication copy here.
  • “Shakespeare Ever After: Posthumanism and Shakespeare”, in Andreas Höfele & Stephan Laqué, eds. Humankinds: The Renaissance and Its Anthropologies, Berlin & New York: De Gruyter, 2011, pp. 261-278. Pre-publication copy here.
  • “Humanity without Itself: Robert Musil, Giorgio Agamben and Posthumanism”, with Ivan Callus, in Andy Mousley, ed., Towards a New Literary Humanism, Houndmills: Palgrave, 2010, pp. 143-58. Pre-publication copy here.
  • “Postmodernism”, in Bruce Clarke & Manuela Rossini (eds), The Routledge Companion to Literature and Science, New York: Routledge, 2011, pp. 518-528. Pre-publication copy here.
  • “Introduction: Did Somebody Say ‘Cy-Borges’?”, in Herbrechter & Callus, eds. Cy-Borges, 2008: 15-38. Pre-publication copy here.
  • “Posthumanism in the Work of Jorge Luis Borges” (with Ivan Callus), in Thea Pitman & Claire Taylor, eds., Latin American Cyberculture and Cyberliterature, Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2007, pp. 179-193. Pre-publication copy here.
  • “The Grammar of Deconstruction” (with Ivan Callus), in Simon Morgan Wortham & Allison Weiner, eds., Encountering Derrida: Legacies and Futures of Deconstruction, London: Continuum, 2007, pp. 137-151. Pre-publication copy here.
  • “The Posthuman Subject in The Matrix”, in Diocaretz & Herbrechter, eds., The Matrix in Theory, 2006, pp. 249-289.  Pre-publication copy here.
  • “Auto/bi(o)/graphy”, in: Fiction and Autobiography: Modes and Models of Interaction, eds. Sabine Coelsch-Foisner and Wolfgang Görtschacher, Salzburg Studies in English Literature and Culture 3, Frankfurt a.M.: Peter Lang, 2006, pp. 315-326. Pre-publication copy here.
  • “Xenography – The Stranger in The Merchant of Venice”, in Realigning Renaissance Culture: Intrusion and Adjustment on the Renaissance Stage, Stephan Laqué and Enno Ruge, eds, Trier: WVT, 2004 pp. 15-31. Pre-publication copy here.
  • “Introduction: The Resistibility of Theory: Repositioning, Returning, Reclaiming Critical Practice” (with Ivan Callus), in Herbrechter & Callus, eds., Discipline and Practice, pp. 23-44. Pre-publication copy here.
  • “Extroduction: The Irresistibility of the Posthuman: Questioning ‘New Cultural Theory’” (with Ivan Callus), in Herbrechter & Callus, eds., Discipline and Practice, pp. 226-258. Pre-publication copy here.
  • “Toying with the Postmodern – ‘To Infinity and Beyond’”, in Post-Theory, Culture, Criticism, Ivan Callus and Stefan Herbrechter, eds, Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi, 2004, pp. 141-166. Pre-publication copy here.
  • “Theory Reloaded” (with Ivan Callus), in Post-Theory, Culture Criticism, Ivan Callus and Stefan Herbrechter, eds, Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi, 2004, pp. 281-294. Pre-publication copy here.
  • “The Translation of Cultural Studies”, in Cultural Studies/ Études culturelles, André Kaenel et al., eds, Nancy: Presses Universitaires de Nancy, 2003, pp. 55-71. Pre-publication copy here.
  • “Nice Work Sisters – Marketing (and) Cultural Studies (and) the Third Way”, in Nice Work? Critical Perspectives on the Changing Nature of Labour, Leisure, and Unemployment in Britain, ed. Peter Drexler, Trier: WVT , 2003, pp. 83-93. Pre-publication copy here.
  • “Masculinity in the Work of Irvine Welsh”, in: Subverting Masculinity: Alternative and Hegemonic Versions of Masculinity in Contemporary Culture, eds. West, Russell et al., Rodopi: Amsterdam, 2000, pp. 109-127. Pre-publication copy here.
  • “Cosmopolitanism and (E)Urope: Translating the Other”, in Britons and Germans, ed. Rainer Emig, London: Macmillan, 2000, pp. 187-201. Pre-publication copy here.