• Eileen A. Fradenburg Joy deposited Improbable Modes of Being in the group Group logo of Political Philosophy & TheoryPolitical Philosophy & Theory on Humanities Commons 3 days, 4 hours ago

    This mini-essay was published as part of a “dossier” of authors discussing various forms of “queer inhumanisms.” In my piece, I address the relations between queer studies and post/humanist studies through the lens of Michel Foucault’s 1981 interview, “Friendship as a Way of Life.” These relations are tied together in critique but also in various forms of para-academic activism.