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Contributors positions 17:1 Spring 2009 Lewis E. Harrington teaches in the Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations at the University of Pennsylvania. His dissertation at Cornell University in the field of East Asian literature was on wartime Japanese philosophical discourses of production, technol­ ogy, and subjectivity. He has published translations of book chapters and essays by Kamei Hideo, Ukai Satoshi, Kasai Hirotaka, and Morinaka Takaaki. He is translating essays for The Miki Kiyoshi Reader and is finishing translations of Miki’s Logic of Imagination (Ksryoku no ronri) and Philosophy of Technology (Gijutsu tetsugaku). John Namjun Kim is assistant professor of comparative literature at the University of Cali­ fornia, Riverside, where he teaches theory and criticism at the undergraduate and graduate levels. His publications include “The Temporality of Empire: The Imperial Cosmopolitanism of Miki Kiyoshi and Tanabe Hajime” (2006), “Kant’s Secret Article: Irony, Performativity, and History in Zum Ewigen Frieden” (2007), and “Südländisch: The Optics of Fear in Reference to Foucault” (forthcoming). He is a member of the editorial collective of Traces: A Multilingual Series of Cultural Theory and Translation (University of Hong Kong Press) and is currently (2008 – 9) senior fellow at the Institute for Advanced Study at http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png positions asia critique Duke University Press

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Duke University Press
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Copyright 2009 by Duke University Press
ISSN
1067-9847
eISSN
1527-8271
DOI
10.1215/10679847-17-1-239
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positions 17:1 Spring 2009 Lewis E. Harrington teaches in the Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations at the University of Pennsylvania. His dissertation at Cornell University in the field of East Asian literature was on wartime Japanese philosophical discourses of production, technol­ ogy, and subjectivity. He has published translations of book chapters and essays by Kamei Hideo, Ukai Satoshi, Kasai Hirotaka, and Morinaka Takaaki. He is translating essays for The Miki Kiyoshi Reader and is finishing translations of Miki’s Logic of Imagination (Ksryoku no ronri) and Philosophy of Technology (Gijutsu tetsugaku). John Namjun Kim is assistant professor of comparative literature at the University of Cali­ fornia, Riverside, where he teaches theory and criticism at the undergraduate and graduate levels. His publications include “The Temporality of Empire: The Imperial Cosmopolitanism of Miki Kiyoshi and Tanabe Hajime” (2006), “Kant’s Secret Article: Irony, Performativity, and History in Zum Ewigen Frieden” (2007), and “Südländisch: The Optics of Fear in Reference to Foucault” (forthcoming). He is a member of the editorial collective of Traces: A Multilingual Series of Cultural Theory and Translation (University of Hong Kong Press) and is currently (2008 – 9) senior fellow at the Institute for Advanced Study at

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Published: Mar 1, 2009

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