Bibliography

Thinkers on Violence & Revolution

Jacobins: Robespierre, Saint-Just
Weber
1908 Sorel: Reflections on Violence
1921 Benjamin: “Critique of Violence”
Schmitt
Luxemburg
Gramsci
Merleau-Ponty
de Beauvoir
Camus
1961 Fanon: Damned of the Earth
1963 Arendt: On Revolution, esp. 28
1969 Arendt: On Violence
Arendt: “Action” (Human Condition)
1972 Girard: Violence and the Sacred
Castoriadis
Foucault: Society must be Defended
F. on revolution: Kritzman anthology, 121-2
Derrida: “Force of the Law”
2004 Keane: Reflections on Violence
2005 Ross: Violent Democracy
Ranciere: Disagreement
Negri: Insurgencies
Andreas Kalyvas
2009 Mouffe: Democratic Paradox
Honig on agonism
St. Johnston: Encountering Tragedy [on Rousseau], ch. on Founding
Badiou
Žižek
Butler
Reading List (2016): Left Wing Movements in Africa                                           Colin J. Beck: “Revolutions against the State“, The New Handbook of Political   Sociology, edited by Thomas Janoski et al.

Books/Collections on Tragedy

Lukacs: Historical Novel
Szondi: Theory of Modern Drama
Foucault: Lectures on the Will to Know; Government of Self, 1-23
1966 Williams: Modern Tragedy, 74-84 on tragedy & revolution
1980 Reiss: Tragedy & Truth (tragedy & history: 20, 301)
1986 Euben
Saxonhouse
1997 Jewett: Fatal Autonomy
1997 Rocco: Tragedy & Enlightenment
1997 Johnston: Encountering Tragedy [on Rousseau]: ch. on Founding
2002 Reiss: Against Autonomy
2003 Eagleton
2004 Scott: Conscripts of Modernity
2004 Taxidou: Tragedy, Modernity, and Mourning
2005 Krell: Tragic Absolute
2008 Felski: Rethinking Tragedy
2008 Rebecca Bushnell
Dimock
2009 Witt: Aesthetic Fascism
2010 Viv Soni: Mourning Happiness
2012 Nikolopoulou: Tragically Speaking
2012 Augst: Tragic Effects
2013 Michelakis: Greek Tragedy on Screen
2014 Foley & Howard: PMLA
2014 Billings: Genealogy of the Tragic
2015 Billings & Leonard: Tragedy and the Idea of Modernity

Movies

The Spider’s Stratagem (Bertolucci, 1970)

Project

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———. 1995. Three Plays: Desire under the Elms, Strange Interlude, Mourning Becomes Electra. New York: Vintage International.

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Suvin, Darko. 1988. “Weiss’s Marat/Sade and its Three Main Performance Versions.” Modern Drama 31: 3 (September), 395-419.

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———. 2001. The Search for Modern Tragedy.: Aesthetic Fascism in Italy and France. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

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———. 1968. Modern Tragedy. Stanford: Stanford University Press.