philoSOPHIA Volume #12, Issue #1-2 (09/2022)

Coeditors’ Introduction: Retro III: As We Restart
Alyson Cole and Kyoo Lee


Shackling Pregnant Women: US Prisons, Anti-Blackness, and the Unfinished Project of American Abolition
Brady Heiner

Touching Wounds: On the Fugitivity of Stigma
Annette-Carina van der Zaag

Critical Incision: Hypochondria, Autotheory, and the Health-Illness Dialectic
Ghalya Saadawi

Multiple Encounters and Reconstructed Identities: Halmoni Activist-Survivors of Japanese Military Sexual Slavery as Postcolonial Subjects
Na-Young Lee



Moments of Meaning-Making III: G–I
Mieke Bal

responses: to fanny howe and tongo eisen-martin

Run Away from History
Kazim Ali

Just Imagine
Alisse Waterston

philosophia-poetree: project ii

Kyle Dacuyan

forum in translation

Cycles of Engendered/Endangered Contemporaneity in Han Bo’s China Eastern Railway Poems

“She Lives in the Temporary”: Bodies without Organs, “Engendered Opposites,” and Dao-Time in Han Bo’s China Eastern Railway Cycle
David Perry

Equipmentality as United Actor in Han Bo’s China Eastern Railway Poems and Questions of Female Agency
Yuan Gao

Mind the Gaps: Western Modernity, Chinese Feminine Subjectivity, and the Industrial-Rural Divide in Han Bo’s China Eastern Railway Poetics 
Yuming Piao

A Double Vein of Feminized Anxiety in Modernity and Contemporaneity
Yizhong Ning

The Song of the Body: Subjectless Interfacing
Dong Sun

The Way That Splits beneath Heaven
Han Bo

Book Reviews

Zakiyyah Iman Jackson, Becoming Human: Matter and Meaning in an Antiblack World
Bernabé S. Mendoza

Helen Palmer, Queer Defamiliarisation: Writing, Mattering, Making Strange
Trevor Norris

Mary C. Rawlinson, The Betrayal of Substance: Death, Literature, and Sexual Difference in Hegel’s “Phenomenology of Spirit”
Shannon Hoff