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Gregory JONES-KATZ

职位:

讲师

教育背景:

文学学士(美国麻省惠顿学院) 
文学硕士(美国缅因大学) 
哲学博士(美国威斯康辛大学麦迪逊分校) 

研究领域
美国历史与文化、欧洲历史与文化、历史理论
个人网站

https://gregoryjoneskatz.com/

Email

joneskatz@cuhk.edu.cn


学术著作:


Peer-reviewed Articles

 1. “'I am two distinct beings': Paul de Man’s Authenticating Project,” Special Issue: Authenticity,Rethinking History 21:2 (2017) (forthcoming)

 2. “XYZ, or, the ABCs of Deconstruction,” Raritan: A Quarterly Review 36:3 (2017): 54-70

 3. “Constantly Contingent: An Interview with J. Hillis Miller,” Special Issue: Reading Hillis Miller Reading Derrida, Derrida Today 8:1 (2015): 41-76

 4. “The Riddle of Paul de Man,” Intellectual History Review 20:2 (2010): 253-271

 

Reviews and Essays

1. Review of Citizens of a Common Intellectual Homeland: The Transatlantic Origins of American Democracy and Nationhood, by Armin Mattes, Register of the Kentucky Historical Society 115:2 (2017): 273-276

2.  “Deconstruction: An American Tale,” Boston Review, September 30, 2016

3. “Our Wasted Humanities: When Higher Education Valued Discovery,” The Chronicle Review, B4-B5, April 18, 2016

4. “Hexed Text: How Should We Study Deconstruction?,” The Chronicle Review, B17, January 29, 2016     

5. Review of Presence: Philosophy, History, and Cultural Theory For the Twenty-First Century, by Ranjan Ghosh, et al., History of European Ideas 40:7 (2014): 1006-1010

6.  “The Idiosyncrasy of Intellectual History,” review of Intellectual History: 5 Questions, by Mikkel Thorup, Morten Haugaard Jeppesen, and Frederik Stjernfelt, Redescriptions. Yearbook of Political Thought, Conceptual History and Feminist Theory 17:2 (2014): 240-244

 

Online Writings

1.  “Derrida’s Answers to Heidegger’s Question,” review of Heidegger: The Question of Being and History (The Seminars of Jacques Derrida), by Jacques Derrida, H-France Reviews Vol. 17 (forthcoming)

2.  “Embodied Self: The New Causal History,” review of Writing History in the Global Age, by Lynn Hunt, March 25, 2015 (Part I) and April 5, 2015 (Part II) on the official blog of the Society for United States Intellectual History