Contributors
EMILY APTER
is a professor in the department of French at New York University.
She is the author of Feminizing the Fetish: Psychoanalysis and Narrative Obses-
sion in Turn-of-the-Century France (1991) and Continental Drift: From National
Characters to Virtual Subjects (1999).
ÉTIENNE BALIBAR
is professor emeritus of philosophy at the University of Paris-X
Nanterre and Distinguished Professor of Humanities at the University of Cal-
ifornia, Irvine. His books in English include Masses, Classes, Ideas: Race, Nation,
Class (with Immanuel Wallerstein, 1994); Reading Capital (with Louis Al-
thusser, 1998); Politics and the Other Scene (2002), and We, the People of Europe?
(2003).
CARLOS BASUALDO
is the curator of contemporary art at the Philadelphia Mu-
seum of Art and an adjunct professor at the University Iuav of Venice, in Italy.
T. J.
DEMOS
is a critic and a lecturer in the department of art history at
University College London. The author of The Exiles of Marcel Duchamp
(2007), his essays on modern and contemporary art have appeared in interna-
tional journals such as Artforum, Grey Room, October, and Texte zur Kunst. He is
currently at work on a new book, provisionally titled Migrations: Contemporary
Art and Globalization.
RACHEL HAIDU
teaches in the department of art and art history and the Gradu-
ate Program in Visual and Cultural Studies at the University of Rochester. Her
essays on Thomas Hirschhorn, Daniel Buren, Marcel Broodthaers, and Piero
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