Contributions: Rudiger Campe
Contributions: Jeffrey Champlin
Jeffrey Champlin teaches literature at the Barenboim-Said Academy in Berlin and is an associate fellow at Bard College's Hannah Arendt Center.
Contributions: Bernhard Dotzler
Contributions: Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht
Contributions: Ute Holl
Contributions: Antje Pfannkuchen
Antje Pfannkuchen is assistant professor of German at Dickinson College in Pennsylvania.
Contributions: Mert Bahadir Reisoglu
Contributions: Nimrod Reitman
Contributions: Laurence A. Rickels
Afterword: Avital Ronell
Avital Ronell is University Professor of the Humanities and Professor of German, English, and Comparative Literature at New York University.
Contributions: Bernhard Siegert
BERNHARD SIEGERT is Gerd Bucerius Professsor of the History and Theory of Cultural Techniques at the Bauhaus Universitat Weimar and Director of the International Research Center for Cultural Techniques and Media Philosophy at Weimar. Together with Friedrich Kittler, Norbert Bolz, and Wolfgang Coy, he is one of the pioneers of German media theory. He is the author of Relays: Literature as an Epoch of the Postal System.
Contributions: Chadwick Smith
Contributions: Elisabeth Weber
Elisabeth Weber is a professor of German and Comparative Literature at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Her books include Verfolgung und Trauma: Zu Emmanuel Levinas’ Autrement qu’être ou au-delà de l’essence (Passagen Verlag, 1990), Das Vergessen(e): Anamnesen des Undarstellbaren, coeditor (Turia and Kant, 1997), and Questioning Judaism (Stanford, 2004), a collection of interviews with Jacques Derrida, Jean-François Lyotard, Emmanuel Levinas, Pierre Vidal-Naquet, and others. She has also edited several works by Jacques Derrida. Her edited volume Living Together: Jacques Derrida’s Communities of Violence and Peace is forthcoming from Fordham University Press.
Contributions: Samuel Weber
Samuel Weber is Avalon Professor of Comparative Literature at Northwestern University and Director of Northwestern's Paris Program in Critical Theory. He is the author of numerous books, including The Legend of Freud, Institution and Interpretation, Mass Medianras: Form, Technics, Media, Theatricality as Medium, and Targets of Opportunity: On the Militarization of Thinking. (Fordham)
Contributions: Geoffrey Winthrop-Young
GEOFFREY WINTHROP-YOUNG is Professor of German at the Department of Central, Eastern and Northern European Studies at the University of British Columbia.
Contributions: Dominik Zechner
Contributions: Hans-Christian von Herrmann