Index
Academic job market, 75–77, 90, 127–
34; and psychology of jobseeker,
129–30
Age, 119–21
Agency, 129–30
Anecdote(s): and anxiety, 90–91, 132;
basis in reality, 3, 5, 8–11, 14, 16, 20–
22, 156–57; and deconstruction, 3–
5, 7, 9–11; definitions of, 2–3, 8, 85;
and desire, 87, 164; as erotic, 8–9,
11, 86, 88, 166 n.8; as evidence, 9–
10; as exorbitant, 7–9, 11, 18, 166
n.8; and feminism, 3–5, 9–10, 18–
21, 35, 158–61; and gender, 10, 160–
61, 171 n.3; and history, 2–4, 8, 88–
91, 157–58, 169 n.2, 171 n.2; literary
nature of, 1–3, 5, 8, 10–11; and nar-
rative, 2, 11, 83, 85–89, 92, 157–58,
162; and occasional writing, 4–5, 11,
83, 156–60, 164; and pedagogy, 4,
6–8, 19, 21, 35, 87–88, 159–161; and
the personal, 5–6, 9, 14, 18–21, 84,
129, 163–64, 166 n.8; and psycho-
analysis, 3, 8, 10–11, 83–86, 90; and
temporality, 83–86, 88–89, 91, 157;
and ‘‘theory,’’ 1–11, 14–22, 84, 89–
92, 158, 160–64, 166 n.8, 171 n.2. See
also Narrative
Anxiety: and the double, 97–99; and
history, 90, 125; and temporality,
84, 137. See also Anecdote(s): and
anxiety; Castration
Argyros, Alexander, 115–19, 124
Audience. See Writing: and audience
Authority: and feminism, 141; and
gender, 25, 31–32; and teaching, 25,
27–28, 31–32
Breast(s), 28, 30–31, 33–35
Butler, Judith, 171 n.3
Castration: and the academic job
market, 131–33; and the double, 98,
137; and gender, 94, 98, 132–33; and
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