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Critical Inquiry is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal devoted to the best critical thought in the arts and humanities. Founded in 1974, it has been called “one of the best known and most influential journals in the world” (Chicago Tribune) and “academe’s most prestigious theory journal” (New York Times). WB202 expands the mission of the journal with a new platform for emerging and established scholars, critics, and artists to discuss the critical concerns of the past, present, and future.

Critical Inquiry is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal devoted to the best critical thought in the arts and humanities. Founded in 1974, it has been called “one of the best known and most influential journals in the world” (Chicago Tribune) and “academe’s most prestigious theory journal” (New York Times). WB202 expands the mission of the journal with a new platform for emerging and established scholars, critics, and artists to discuss the critical concerns of the past, present, and future.
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Critical Inquiry is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal devoted to the best critical thought in the arts and humanities. Founded in 1974, it has been called “one of the best known and most influential journals in the world” (Chicago Tribune) and “academe’s most prestigious theory journal” (New York Times). WB202 expands the mission of the journal with a new platform for emerging and established scholars, critics, and artists to discuss the critical concerns of the past, present, and future.

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Episodes

Davidson and His Interlocutors, Part 2: An Interview with Arnold I. Davidson

1/15/2019
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Coeditor Richard Neer interviews Arnold Davidson about, among other things, his writing on music. This interview expands on the work featured in “Davidson and His Interlocutors,” a Winter 2019 special issue of Critical Inquiry. This is the second part of … Continue reading →

Duration:00:22:23

Davidson and His Interlocutors, Part 1: An Interview with Arnold I. Davidson

1/8/2019
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Coeditor Richard Neer interviews Arnold Davidson about the history of his scholarship and research (including a fortuitous encounter with Michel Foucault). This interview expands on the work featured in “Davidson and His Interlocutors,” a Winter 2019 special issue of Critical … Continue reading →

Duration:00:38:27

Dipesh Chakrabarty: Looking Back to “The Climate of History: Four Theses”

12/4/2018
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Consulting Editor Dipesh Chakrabarty stopped by the office to discuss his 2009 Critical Inquiry essay, the emergence of the Anthropocene, the end of the world, and the future of theory. Listen to the podcast and visit our website to read “The … Continue reading →

Duration:00:46:41

Saidiya Hartman: An Interview with Adrienne Brown and Adom Getachew

11/20/2018
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Adrienne Brown and Adom Getachew met with Saidiya Hartman in the offices of Critical Inquiry to discuss the varieties of unfreedom that Hartman continues to explore in her work. Hartman was the 2018 Critical Inquiry Visiting Professor. She is the … Continue reading →

Duration:00:43:45

Experiments in Critical Practice: Coeditor Lauren Berlant Interviews Conference Participants

11/6/2018
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Lauren Berlant asks participants of “The Soup Is On” about their engagement with theory and optimism for what writing can do. The June 2018 conference launched Berlant and Katie Stewart’s The Hundreds (2018), their forthcoming experiment in form, attention, and generative worlding. … Continue reading →

Duration:00:37:40

Defining the Digital: Patrick Jagoda Interviews Alexander Galloway

10/23/2018
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Executive Editor Patrick Jagoda interviews Alexander Galloway about his past and current work. To read Galloway's Winter 2013 Critical Inquiry essay, visit our website. Continue reading →

Duration:00:42:19

The Birth of Critical Inquiry: An Interview with W.J.T Mitchell

10/9/2018
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Editor W. J. T. Mitchell shares his story about the journal’s beginnings and early history.

Duration:00:36:30