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  1. Jimmy Casas Klausen (2012). No—Your Other Left: Newman's The Politics of Postanarchism. Theory and Event 15 (1).
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  2. Jimmy Casas Klausen (2010). Hannah Arendt's Antiprimitivism. Political Theory 38 (3):394 - 423.
    This essay examines Arendt's descriptions of "Hottentots" in The Origins of Totalitarianism, especially the comparisons and contrasts she frequently draws between Hottentots and other peoples. In particular, Arendt highlights dehumanization of presumptively "civilized" people in comparing them to Africa "savages." Close reading of such analogies demands that we look beyond the racial explanations that other scholars have offered and focus instead on how Arendt's conception of humanity is bound up with a specific sense of culture that is antiprimitivist—exclusive of peoples (...)
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  3. Jimmy Casas Klausen (2006). Imperial Histories/Imperial Tragedy; or, America's Middle East. Theory and Event 8 (4).
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  4. Jimmy Casas Klausen (2006). .. . The New-Old Enigma, of Sovereignty. Theory and Event 9 (3).
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