Chantelle Gray

Chantelle Gray
North-West University | NWU

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If you are interested in contributing, please send your abstract to the special issue editors before October 31st, 2022 (for more info, see the call for papers itself) ---------------------------- A growing number of philosophical studies are arguing for new frameworks from which to theorise and grapple with contemporary forms of violence that es...
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Daniel Smith reminds us that it was Nietzsche who first thought of philosophers and artists as “physiologists or symptomatologists, ‘physicians of culture’ … for whom all phenomena are signs or symptoms that reflect a certain state of forces” (Smith, Critical, Clinical. In Gilles Deleuze: Key Concepts, ed. Charles J. Stivale. McGill-Queen’s Univers...
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Montagu House, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. 2020ISBN: 978-0-9823734-8-4
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This intra-view explores a number of productive junctions between contemporary Deleuzoguattarian and new materialist praxes via a series of questions and provocations. Productive tensions are explored via questions of epistemological, ontological, ethical, and political intra-sections as well as notions of difference, transversal contamination, eco...
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The aim of this paper is to interrogate and trace the ghosts of heteronormative whiteness - and thus the spectres of queerness and blackness, specifically racial erasure through gendered foregrounding - in two recent motion pictures dealing with white, Afrikaner homosexuality, namely the 2011 film, Skoonheid {Beauty) and the 2018 film Kanarie {Cana...
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Research shows that due to rapidly changing higher education contexts, large numbers of academics are overworked, stressed, and dispirited. This is exacerbated by the fact that most academics do not view academia simply as work, but as a vocation. To deal with these conditions, the use of cognitive modification and enhancement drugs have become far...
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In Coldness and Cruelty, Deleuze remarks that masochism may be reflected on from three perspectives: as a pleasure–pain alliance, as an enactment of humiliation and slavery, and as a consideration of the enslavement of contractual relations. Later Deleuze and Guattari consider masochism in terms of an ontology of desire – in terms of virtuality rat...
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Chantelle Gray van Heerden argues that plantation logics create a particular appreciative of the spatial coordinates of histories since the carceral, a kind of facialisation of power, is always reliant on binarisation and biunivocalisation. She argues that in order to bring about real change in the world, anarchism has to become imperceptible witho...
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In this article, I think about death as “event” by reading Koos Prinsloo through the three syntheses of time – Habit, Mnemosyne and Thanatos – as explicated by philosopher Gilles Deleuze in Difference and Repetition, as well as work done with his sometimes co-author, Félix Guattari. I argue that Prinsloo’s oeuvre provides a critical and clinical fu...
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New materialist frameworks have increasingly repudiated dualistic thinking and challenged representationalist views, which hold that discursive practices mediate our access to the material world (a core tenet of social constructivism). As it has become clear that the material cannot be considered inert, important questions concerning agency, politi...
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In this article, I investigate the masochist practices and relations presented in the Fifty shades trilogy by E.L. James and Macho sluts by Pat Califia through the lenses of Coldness and cruelty—Deleuze’s essay on masochism—as well as the further developments of his thoughts on masochist relations as presented in the texts written with Guattari, ex...
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This article examines how translation practitioners might begin to develop a praxis that is based on an ontological polyvocality; one which allows for difficulty – even misconstrual and semantic breakdown – so that translations do not become mechanical reproductions, subsumed by systems of power, rather than machinic repetitions that allow for dete...
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Positing existence in terms of difference and becoming as substantive, Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari are interested in ways of thinking and being that lie outside of institutionalised knowledge and the semiotic chains and regimes of power that sustain it. Although this line of thinking is not applied to pedagogy itself in a sustained manner in...
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In this article I examine how translation practitioners might begin to develop a praxis that is informed by a nomadic ethics which is not reliant on a normative or regularizing ethics/morality, but rather constitutes an orientation founded on heterogeneity and the repudiation of universality. In order for such a praxis to be effectuated, I argue th...

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