Anna Kornbluh

Anna Kornbluh teaches literature and literary theory at the University of Illinois, Chicago. Her writing focuses on the Victorian novel, marxism, psychoanalysis, and formalism; her book Realizing Capital: Financial and Libidinal Economies in Victorian Form was published with Fordham in 2014, and she is currently finishing a manuscript titled The Order of Forms: Realism, Mathematics, and the Space of the Political. She coordinates InterCcECT, the Inter Chicago Circle for Experimental Critical Theory, and is a founding member of the V21 Collective (Victorian studies for the 21st century).


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Fifty Billion Shades of Gray

"Root for the law, or root for the money? Fortunately, we don’t have to choose." Anna Kornbluh on "Billions."...


Road to Nowhere

Toscano and Kinkle draw on Fredric Jameson's "aesthetic of cognitive mapping" to present "cartography" as a metaphor for the kind of beauty that builds knowledge....

Road to Nowhere
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