Table of contents for Revolt, affect, collectivity : the unstable boundaries of Kristeva's polis / edited by Tina Chanter and Ewa Plonowska Ziarek.

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Contents
Introduction: Tina Chanter and Ewa Plonowska Ziarek
I FEMININITY, RACE AND REVOLT
Chapter One: Julia Kristeva and the Revolutionary Politics of Tel Quel, Joan Brandt
Chapter Two: From Revolution to Revolt Culture, Sara Beardsworth
	Chapter Three: Fanon and Kristeva: Revolutionary Violence and Ironic Articulation, Ewa
		Plonowska Ziarek
Chapter Four: Revolt and Forgiveness, Kelly Oliver
II AFFECT, COMMUNITY, POLITICS 
Chapter Five: The Skin of the Community: Affect and Boundary Formation, Sara Ahmed
	Chapter Six: Bearing Witness in the Polis: Kristeva, Arendt and the Space of Appearance, 
		Noëlle Claire McAfee
Chapter Seven: Political Affections: Kristeva and Arendt on Violence and Gratitude, Peg 
Birmingham
III ABJECTION, FILM AND MELANCHOLIA
Chapter Eight: The Exoticization and Universalization of the Fetish, and the 
Naturalization of the Phallus: Abject Objections, Tina Chanter
Chapter Nine: On the Border between Abjection & the Third: The (Re)Birth of Narcissus, 
Pleshette Dearmitt
Chapter Ten: Black and Blue: Kieslowski's Melancholia, Frances Restuccia

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Kristeva, Julia, 1941-.