Dr Michael Eng


Co-author with Dan Bucsescu of Looking Beyond the Structure: Critical Thinking for Designers and Architects (New York: Fairchild Books, 2009)

Journal Articles

“Diversity Work and the Narcissisms of Affective Exits.” Feminist Formations 31.1 (forthcoming 2019). Special Issue on Critical Feminist Exits, Re-Routings, and Institutional Betrayals in Academia.

“Lights! Race! Gender! Adrian Piper and the Pseudorationality of Data.” Feminist Media Histories 3.3. Special Issue: Data. (Summer 2017).

“The Sonic Turn and Theory’s Affective Call.” parallax. Special Issue: Sounding/Thinking. 23.3 (July 2017).

“Deterritorialising Transversality: The Antagonism of the Object between Deleuze and Guattari.” parallax. Special Issue: Philosophy without an Object. 21.4 (2015).

“Art and the Heideggerian Repression: Rancière, Nancy, and a Communism of the Image.” Comparative and Continental Philosophy 5.1 (Spring 2013).

“From an Aesthetics of the Real to the Reality of the Aesthetic: Rancière, Sick, and the Politics of Sound Art.” Leonardo Music Journal 23 (2013). Special Issue on Sound Art. [reprinted in Haroon Mirza (Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA), Dublin, Ireland, 2014)]

“Institutional Schizophasia and the Possibility of the Humanities’ ‘Other Scene’: Guattari and the Exigency of Transversality.” Deleuze Studies 6.2 (2012): 180–204. Special Issue on Félix Guattari in the Age of Semiocapitalism.

Essays in Collections

“Theory’s Affective Scene: Or, What to Do with Affect after Language,” in Public Spheres of Resonance: Constellations of Affect and Language, ed. Anne Fleig and Christian von Scheve (Routledge, forthcoming 2019)

“Philosophy’s Mother Envy: Theory, Affect, and the Possibility of Deconstructing the Mother Tongue,” in Untying the Mother Tongue, ed. Federico Dal Bo and Antonio Castore (Berlin: ICI Berlin, forthcoming 2019)

“Teaching The Matrix and Unlearning the Racial Organization of Knowledge,” in Race, Philosophy, and Film, ed. Mary K. Bloodsworth-Lugo and Dan Flory (New York: Routledge, 2013).

“Reforming Vengeance: Kung Fu and the Racial Melancholia of Chinese Masculinity,” The Oxford Handbook of Chinese Cinemas, ed. Carlos Rojas and Eileen Cheng-yin Chow (Oxford University Press, 2013)

“The Metaphysical Mouth: Charles Bernstein and Contemporary Continental Philosophy of Language,” in The Salt Companion to Charles Bernstein, edited by William Allegrezza (London: Salt Publications, 2012), 35-54.

“‘Every name in history is I’: Bachmann’s Anti-Archive,” in If We Had the Word: Ingeborg Bachmann, Views and Reviews, ed. Gisela Brinker-Gabler, (Ariadne Press, 2004)

Numéro un et Numéro deux: It was Outside, the Rejection of the Image,” in I said I love. That is the promise: The tvideo politics of Jean-Luc Godard, Gareth James & Florian Zeyfang, eds. øjeblikket/b_books: Critical Readers in Visual Cultures #4 (Berlin: b_books, 2003)