In the margins with the argonauts

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Wiegman, R

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2022-10-01T21:32:09Z

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2022-10-01T21:32:09Z

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2018-01-02

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2022-10-01T21:32:09Z

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Readers in love with Maggie Nelson’s The Argonauts have often praised her ability to use the analytic capacities and citational resources of critical theory to advance her personal narrative about queer sex and kinship. This essay takes stock of Nelson’s genre-bending conventions by reading the visual organization of the printed book against its digital copy in order to deliberate on questions of materiality, authorship, and identity.

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0969-725X

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1469-2899

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https://hdl.handle.net/10161/26005

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en

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Informa UK Limited

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Angelaki - Journal of the Theoretical Humanities

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10.1080/0969725X.2018.1435403

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The Argonauts

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digital text

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authorship

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queer theory

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In the margins with the argonauts

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Journal article

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209

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213

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1

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Duke

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Trinity College of Arts & Sciences

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Literature

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Published

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23

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