leughadh, dànachd, truailleadh, cànan, cruth-atharrachadh, mì-dhaonnachd, buidsearachd, aincheistean, ficsean. / lectura, poética, contaminación, lengua(je), metamorfosis, lo inhumano, hechicería, adivinanzas, ficción. / reading, poetics, contamination, language, shapeshifting, the inhuman, wizardry, riddles, fiction.
Anthony Curtis Adler is professor of Comparative Literature at Yonsei’s Underwood International College in South Korea, where he has taught since 2006. He is the author of Celebricities: Media Culture and the Phenomenology of Gadget Commodity Life (Fordham: 2016), a critical edition of Fichte’s The Closed Commercial State, and a short book titled The Afterlife of Genre: Remnants of the Trauerspiel in Buffy the Vampire Slayer. He has also published numerous articles, in such journals as Continental Philosophy Review, Angelaki, Cultural Critique, Diacritics, and Seminar. He is currently working on a book on Friedrich Hoelderlin’s Hyperion.