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Jonathan Ree teaches Philosophy at Middlesex University
Frands Mulhern is Professor of Critical Studies at Middlesex
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Kelly Oliver teaches philosophy at the University of Texas, Austin.

Her book Reading Kristeva: Unravelling the double-bind has just
been published by Indiana University Press

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Stale Finke is a research student at the University of Essex
Bob Brecher teaches Humanities at Brighton University

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