1 Katie King, Epistemology: Stories Knowledges Tell,
2 For example, see Talal Asad, Wendy Brown, Judith Butler, and Saba Mah-
mood, ‘‘Is Critique Secular? Blasphemy, Injury and Free Speech,’’ Townsend
Center for the Humanities, 2009,
6ft; Bruno Latour, ‘‘Why Has Critique Run out of Steam? From Matters
of Fact to Matters of Concern,’’ Critical Inquiry 30 (Winter 2004): 225–48;
and Maria Puig, ‘‘Matters of Care in Technoscience: Assembling Neglected
Things,’’ Social Studies of Science 41, no. 1 (February 2011).
3 Jacques Derrida, Specters of Marx: The State of the Debt, the Work of Mourning,
and the New International, trans. Peggy Kamuf (New York and London: Rout-
ledge, 1994), 54.
4 Katie King, ‘‘ ‘Knowledge-weaving’: Befriending Transdisciplinarity under the
Urgencies of Global Academic Restructuring,’’ Knowledges Weaving Stories,
5 Ibid.
1 Exemplified by the wonderful work of Jenny Thompson. See her ‘‘What Are
the People Who Re-Enact 20th Century Wars up To?,’’ University of York,
.html. See also her War Games.
2 A lively intensively understood version is Taylor, Play between Worlds.
3 Spigel and Mann, eds., Private Screenings; Gitelman, Always Already New;
Sobchack, Meta-Morphing.
4 For example, Juul, Half-Real.
5 Especially Bolter and Grusin, Remediation.
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