Reconstruction Vol. 11, No. 2, 2011: Cultural Productions of 9/11

"Polyomino Skein"
by Lara Schaberg

Editors’ Introduction: Avatars of 9/11
, by Christopher Schaberg and Kara Thompson


Looking Elsewhere, by Wendy Kozol

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

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

'A Rare and Chilling View': Aerial Photography, Militarized Aeromobility, and Biopower in the Visual Culture of '9/11', by Caren Kaplan

The Event in Miniature: 9/11 and the New York City Model, by Marian Macken

A Confusion of Tongues, by David Simpson

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

'The Chickens Have Come Home To Roost!' Post-9/11 Revengeful Narratives in Lorrie Moore’s A Gate at the Stairs, by Pamela Mansutti

Re-writing Ourselves in the Wake of 9/11, by Mark Noonan

Enduring Impact: The Crisis Fetish in Post-9/11 American Television, by Christine Muller

9/11 Goes to the Movies: The Mythological Reverberations of the 'Day that Changed America', by Mary Bloodsworth-Lugo & Carmen Lugo-Lugo

The 'Metalanguage' of Race and the (Post) 9/11 Moment: Words Never Said, by Trimiko Melancon

Therapeutic Gaming and 9/11, by Joyce Goggin


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