Barbara Agnese. War in Peacetime: Authorship between Bachmann and Ungaretti. Volume 10.
Jocelyn Aksin. A Staged Migration to Europe: Özdamar’s Perikizi and Transgeneraational Trauma. Volume 11.
Willie Apollon. The Limit: a Fundamental Question for the Subject in Human Experience. Volume 3.
David Applebaum. At the discretion of the (a-)thing: Derrida and German Thought. Volume 8.
Amadou Oury Ba. Herder's Ideas for a Philosophy of Human History (1784-1791), or: the Anthropological De-struction of "Africa". Volume 11.
Alan Bass. Psychoanalytic Process : the Paradoxes of Self-Reference and Intermediacy. Volume 3.
Danielle Bergeron. The Borders Between Autism and Psychosis. Volume 3.
Sonja Boos. Feminism, Theory, Film: Critical Instersections in the Practice and Theorization of Experimental Filmmaking Since the 1970s. Volume 12.
——— Julia Lesage, "I was never anything less than the person I am." An Interview with the Author, Editor, and Filmmaker Julia Lesage. Volume 12.
——— No Joke: Trump and Humor. Volume 9.
——— "She couldn't simply write a letter." Scenes of Reading in Ingeborg Bachmann's The Book of Franza. Volume 10.
Jack Boss. Interval Symmetries as Divine Perfection in Schoenberg's Moses und Aron. Volume 5.
Annette Brauerhoch. Film Spaces, Memory Traces: the Family House in Recha Jungman's Etwas tut weh (1979). Volume 12.
Claudia Breger. Religious Turns: Immigration, Islam, and Christianity in 21st Century German Cultural Politics. Volume 1.
Patrick Brown. Moderne Spiele: Play and Gender in Walter Benjamin’s "Berlin Chronicle". Volume 10.
Kenneth S. Calhoon. Food for Vultures. Volume 5.
——— Introduction: Abstraction and Mareriality in the Arts, Literature, and Music. Volume 5.
——— No Accounting for Taste. Volume 9.
——— Of Non-vital Interest: Art, Mimicry and the Phenomenon of Life. Volume 6.
Lucie Cantin. The Borderline, or the Impossibility of Producing a Negotiable Form in the Social Bond for the Return of the Censored. Volume 3.
Marcel Cobussen, Henrik Frisk, Bart Weijland. The Field of Musical Improvisation. Volume 2.
Daniel Conway. "The Happiness of 'Slight Superiority'": Kierkegaard and Nietzsche on Resentment. Volume 7.
David Craig. Rationality, Animality, and Human Nature: Reconsidering Kant's view of the Human/Animal Relation. Volume 6.
William Donahue. The Impossibility of the Wenderoman: History, Retrospective, and Conciliation. Volume 4.
Leonard Feldman. Schmitt, Locke, and the Limits of Liberation. Volume 1.
Joseph Fracchia. Organisms and Objectifications: A Historical-Materialist Inquiry into the "Human and Animal". Volume 6.
Sander Glibhoff. Ascent, Descent, and Divergence: Darwin and Haeckel on the Human Family Tree. Volume 6.
Ülker Gökberk. Beyond Secularism: Orhan Pamuk's Snow, and the Contestation of 'Turkish Identity' in the Borderland. Volume 1.
Sabine I. Gölz. Apostrophe's Double. Volume 10.
——— Introduction: Against Assimilation. Volume 10.
D. Gantt Gurley. The Concept of Byrony. Volume 7.
Gail Hart. The Humanity of Children from Sandmann to Struwwelpeter: A Tale of Two Hoffmanns. Volume 6.
Eva Hoffman. "Innocent Objects": Fetishism and Melancholia in Orhan Pamuk's The Museum of Innocence. Volume 8.
Peter U. Hohendahl. Political Theology Revisited: Carl Schmitt's Postwar Reassessment. Volume 1.
David J. Kangas. Being Human: Kierkegaard's 1847 Discourses on the Lilies of the Field and the Birds of the Air. Volume 7.
Martin Klebes. Carol Jacoobs, Sebald's Vision. Volume 10.
——— If Worlds were Stories. Volume 2.
——— Mutiny of an Error: Wittgenstein and Kierkegaard on Suicide. Volume 7.
Joscha Klueppel. Manilo Graziano, What is a Border?. Volume 11.
Michelle Kosch. The Ethical Context of Either/Or. Volume 7.
Lawrence Kramer. Running the Gamut: Music, Aesthetic, and Wittgenstein’s Ladder. Volume 2.
Jeffrey S. Librett. How to Go Beyond an Ontotheology of the Human Subject? Anxiety in Kierkegaard and Heidegger. Volume 7.
——— Introduction: Analytic Philosophy as a Post-structuralism? Volume 2.
——— Introduction: From Reason-vs.-Madness to Science-vs.-the Non-scientific (and Beyond). Volume 3.
——— On the Exclusion of Madness from Reason: Psychoanalysis Between History and Philosophy. Volume 3.
——— Introduction: Political Theology and the Question of the Border. Volume 1.
——— Reason Split into Rationalism and Empiricism: Divergent Traditions on the Borderline. Volume 3.
——— Reason, Unreason, and the Epistemology of the Borderline. Volume 3.
——— Introduction: Up Against the Wall. Volume 4.
——— Sovereignty and the Cult of Immediacy. Volume 9.
——— Writing Migration: Points of Departure and Arrival in History and Reason. Volume 11.
Jeffrey S. Librett, Nicholas Reynolds. Introduction: What is a Thing. Volume 8.
Leonardo F. Lisi. Tragedy, History, and the Form of Philosophy in Either/Or. Volume 7.
Paul M. Livingston. The Breath of Sense: Language, Structure and the Paradox of Origin. Volume 2.
——— Response to Samuel Wheeler: "Naturalis Stucturalism's Aporia? Essentialism, Indeterminacy and Nostalgia". Volume 2.
——— Second Response to Wheeler. Volume 2.
Jenny Lin. Politics of Cross-Cultural Relation: Critical Performances by Artist kate-hers RHEE and Patty Chang. Volume 12.
Joseph Lowndes. "From New Class Critique to White nationalism: Telos, the Alt Right, and the Origins of Trumpism". Volume 9.
Julia Lupton. Hannah Arendt. The Jewish Writing. Volume 1.
Juliet Flower MacCannell. Drawing Lines : from Kernberg and Haraway to Lacan and Beyond. Volume 3.
Bonnie Mann. What Should Feminists Do About Nature? Volume 2.
Dawn Marlan. "Broad-Shouldered" Rhetoric: The Trump Era and the Peculiar Conempt for Words. Volume 9.
Araceli Masterspm-Algar. "More Than a Trip" Memory, Mobility, and Space in Un Franco, 14 Pesetas (2004). Volume 11.
Alexander Mathäs. From Anti-humanism to Post-humanism: Hermann Hesse's Steppenwolf. Volume 6.
——— Introduction: Defining the Human and the Animal. Volume 6.
——— Keeping Narcissism at Bay : Kant and Schiller on the Sublime. Volume 3.
——— Select Bibliography, Defining the Human and the Animal. Volume 6.
Tracy McNulty. The Gap in the Law and the Border-Breaching Function of the Exception. Volume 1.
——— Speculative Fetishism. Volume 8.
Benjamin Mier-Cruz. Brown Eyed Boy: Narrating Internalized Oppression and Misogynoir in Jonas Hassen Khemiri's Everything I Don't Remember. Volume 11.
Catrin Misselhorn. Empathy and Dyspathy with Androids: Philosophical, Fictional, and (Neuro) Psychological Perspectives. Volume 2.
Jonathan Monroe. Urgent Matter. Volume 8.
Maya Mukamel. Why Wall? A Kleinian Reading of the Israeli-Palestinian Resistance to Politics. Volume 4.
Thomas Nail. Borders, Migrants, and Writing. Volume 11.
Dorothee Ostmeier. The Feminine Beast: Anti-moral Morality in Early 20th Century Liberature. Volume 6.
——— The Aesthetic Hyper-Object in Experimental Short Film Practices: Lina Sieckmann and Miriam Gossings Art Documentaries. Volume 12.
Dorothee Ostmeier, Michael Malek Najjar, Migration’s Alienations: Bertolt Brecht's Mother Courage. Volume 11.
Ying Sze Pek. Genevieve Yue, Girl Head: Feminism and Film Materiality. Fordham University Press, 2020. Volume 12.
M.G. Piety. The Stillness of History: Kierkegaard and German Mysticism. Volume 7.
Forrest Pyle. Say good-bye, Cy, to the Shores of Representation: Towards and Abstract Romanticism. Volume 5.
Mert Bahadir Reisoğlu. The Impossibility of Return: Güney Dal and the Exilic Condition. Volume 11.
Adrienne K. Ho Rose. [it] shakes my whole breathing being: Rethinking Gender with Translation in Anne Carson’s “A Fragment of Ibykos Translated Six Ways”. Volume 10.
Thomas Schestag. Twombly's Roses. Volume 5.
Sabine Scholl. "We Can Do It" [Wir schaffen das]–Creative Impulses Through Migration (a Report from September 2017, with an Afterword on the Situation Today. Volume 11.
Steven Shankman. Eruptions of the Ethical Baroque. Volume 1.
William Sherwin Simmons. Abstraction and Empathy on the Eve of World War I. Volume 5.
Yvan Simonis. A Way of Comparing Levi-Strauss and Lacan. Volume 3.
Lynn Stephen. Hemispheric and Transborder Perspectives: Racialization of Mexicans through Time. Volume 4.
——— Mexico, Immigration, and Trump: Towards Transborder Thinking. Volume 9.
Michael Stern. Clouds: The Tyranny of Irony Over Philosophy. Volume 7.
——— The Face as Fingerprint : Mediation, Silence, and the Question of Identity in Igmar Bergman's "Persona". Volume 3.
——— Introduction: Kierkegaard and German Thought. Volume 7.
——— Trumpestilence. Volume 9.
Ted Toadvine. The Time of Animal Voices. Volume 6.
Rochelle Tobias. Rilke, Phenomenology, and the Sensuality of Thought. Volume 8.
John Griffith Urang. "Everything Has Its Limits!" The Berlin Wall and the Problem of Desire. Volume 4.
Jillian Vasko. "Lucy Reynolds, Women Artist, Feminism, and the Moving Image". Volume 12.
Heide Volkening. Eva Meyer, Legende sein. Volume 10.
Peter Wallace, Die Grenzen im Kopf: Imagining Walls, Borders, Frontiers, and National Identity in Alsace/Elsaß. Volume 4.
Samuel Weber. Anxiety : the Uncanny Borderline of Psychoanalysis. Volume 3.
Nikolas Wegmann. Walled in Literature: An Architectural Inquiry. Volume 4.
Erica Weitzman. "Was bedeutet de Stein?": Fetishism, Profanation, and Parody in Fontane's Grete Minde. Volume 8.
Samuel C. Wheeler III. Naturalist Structuralism's Aporia? Essentialism, Indeterminacy and Nostalgia – a response to Paul Livinston. Volume 2.
——— Response to Livingston's Response: What's Missing. Volume 2.
Daniel Wilson. The Freudian Thing and the Ethics of Speech. Volume 8.
——— Patricia Gherovici, Please Select Your Gender: From the Invention of Hysteria to the Democratizing of Transgenderism, and Patricia Gherovici and Manya Steinkoler eds., Lacan on Madness: Madness Yes You Can’t. Volume 10.
David Yearsley. Prices of Peace and War and their Most Humble, Most Obedient Court Composer. Volume 1.
Giovanna Zapperi. From Acting to Action: Delfine Seyrig, Les Insoumuses and Feminist Video in 1970's France. Volume 12.