Tag Archives: desire

Darmouth Futures of American Studies: Here Now, Thinking in Real Time

So I’m at the Darmouth Institute for the week, in my dorm room at the moment, furiously typing at 2:30 AM.  This makes sense. There’s so much to think about with 2 plenary sessions a day (6 presenters in total) and a seminar in the afternoon that meets daily. It’s only the second day and I’ve been so […]

Geometry of Desire

I alluded to a kind of geometry of desire in my last entry on Djuna Barnes’ Nightwood. I’ve been thinking about this more, so I’d like to riff off this idea in a separate post. Eve Sedgwick discusses the love triangle in Between Men that is often comprised of two men and one woman; I like to […]