CR-The New Centennial Review

(The TQCC of CR-The New Centennial Review is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-11-01 to 2023-11-01.)
Resisting the Present: Biopower in the Face of the Event (Some Notes on Monstrous Lives)5
Incorporeal Blackness: A Theorization in Two Parts—Rachel Dolezal and Your Face in Mine4
Naturalist Compulsion, Racial Divides, and the Time-Loop Zombie3
Turning Back Time: Friedrich Kittler, Reversibility, and Media of Time Axis Manipulation1
The Verbivocovisual Revolution: Anti-Literature, Affect, Politics, and World Literature in Augusto de Campos1
Unhousing the Archives Around the Zong, Again1
On the Other Side of the Drive for Power: Transcendental Violence and Its Deconstruction1
Learning to Read “Life Death” Finally: Francesco Vitale’s Epigenetic Criticism1
Of Vanity, Fake News, and Flair: Naturalism’s International Entrance into Harlem in Claude McKay’s Amiable with Big Teeth1
Introducing Touching Literature: Anthony Doerr’s All the Light We Cannot See1
Editors’ Note0
Mystical Emulations, Inverted Echoes0
Abundance Against Scarcity0
Auto-Affective and Self-Referential Structure of Life in Derrida0
Beauty Is a Thing of the Past: The Idiom, the Monster, and the Democratic Health of Our Disciplines0
Undecidability and Reversibility0
Editors’ Note0
Poetry as Spiritual Exercise0
What (Bio)deconstruction Is Not0
Religion, Environmental Crisis, Fascism0
A “Correspondence of Eyes with Eyes”: Edwin Arlington Robinson, Empathy, and Literary Naturalism0
Back to the Future0
Naturalism’s International Identity: Anti-Semitism, Alienation, and Women’s Writing0
Editors’ Note: Variations on Democracy, Censorship, Literature0
The Impotence of Sovereignty: Temporality and Repetition in History0
Autoimmune Cinema0
Signatures of Life: Thinking the Logos of Life After Biodeconstruction0
Camera Work0
“No Servir de Nada”: Ana María Matute’s and Georges Bataille’s Literatures of Infantile Violence0
Theater of Ancestral Mediation0
Lose Your Father0
Over Here: America’s Great War Mobilization and Transnational Alternatives in Mary Austin and Ellen Glasgow0
From Bio- to Eco-Deconstruction0
Derrida and the Censorship of Literature0
Intersections of Politics, Philosophy, Aesthetics, and Life in Contemporary Chilean Criticism and Art0
Reverse Cannot Befall0
Chronicles, Fictions, Non-Fiction Novels: The Power and Powerlessness of Literature against the Illegal Drug Trade0
Delimiting Literary Criticism: Walter Benjamin’s Dissertation0
Prosthetic Symbiosis0
Front Matter0
Language Swaps: On the Reversibility of Translation0
Back Matter0
The Phoenix Complex0
Nature Is Healing0
“How Does Nature Deify Us”0
Respite. Quiet. A House of Dreams.0
Editors’ Note0
On Impure Communism: Rethinking Radical Democracy in Two Early Latin American Colonial Utopias (1516-32)0
The Art of Resistance: On War, Politics, and the Power of Public Mourning in Mexico0
The Day the World Stopped Working0
Introduction: No Time for Linear Time0
Knowledge Production and Knowledge of Life0
Kant’s Parasite: Sublime Biodeconstruction0
Back Matter0
Archiving Black Diasporas0
The Need for a Black Feminist Climate Justice0
American Naturalism’s Worldly History0
Errors in the Exchange: Debt, Self-Translation, and the Speculative Poesis of Raquel Salas Rivera0
Front Matter0
Black Universals and Alain Locke's Notion of Value0
Editors’ Note0
Violence, Brutality, Cruelty: On Differentiation (and Its Refusal)0
From Anticapitalist Polemic to Novel of Success: Reader Reception of Theodore Dreiser’s The Financier in Soviet Successor States0
The Immanent Infinite0
Reanimating the Domestic Still Life0
Religion in the Twenty-First Century0
Editors’ Note0
Exhaustion: In Defiance of Homogeneous Empty Time0
After Biodeconstruction in the Neganthropocene0
Palindromitis: Reversibility, Undoing, and the Time of Language0
Front Matter0
“Breaking and Entering the Colonial Archive”0
Delimiting Religion0
Rethinking the Human Condition in the Ecological Collapse0
Back Matter0
“Democracy against the State” in The Mongolian Conspiracy by Rafael Bernal0
Arcadian Gestures in an Irreversible World: Stoppard, Serres, and Panofsky0
On Recovering the Past: Textual “Reversibility” in M. NourbeSe Philip’s Zong!0
The Journalist and the Mexican “War on Drugs” between Chronicle and Fiction: Edgar Piñon Balderrama, Don Winslow, and Luis Humberto Crosthwaite0
“Liberty or Death!”0
Front Matter0
Scale Shifts from Polk Street to a Broken Earth; or, Literary Naturalism’s Geontological Affordances0