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As author & editor
Kedem, Nir. A Deleuzian Critique of Queer Thought: Overcoming Sexuality. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. [forthcoming in 2020, under contract].
Kedem, Nir. “Prophetism and the Problem of Betrayal.” Deleuze Studies 5. supplement (2011): 1-6.
Kedem, Nir. “Reading for Vital Symptoms: Deleuze, Literary Theory, and the Case of David Grossman.” Forthcoming in Poetics Today, vol. 40 (2020).
Kedem, Nir. “To Have Done with Sexuality: Schizoanalysis and the Problem of Queer-Feminist Alliances.” In Deleuze and the Schizoanalysis of Feminism: Alliances and Allies. Eds. Janae Sholtz and Cheri Carr. London: Bloomsbury, 2019. 111-126.
Kedem, Nir. “What is Queer Translation?” In Symplokē: A Journal for the Intermingling of Literary, Cultural and Theoretical Scholarship, vol. 27, no. 1-2 (2019): 157-183.
Kedem, Nir, ed. Deleuzian Futures. Special Issue of Deleuze Studies 5. supplement (2011): 1-147.
Kedem, Nir, trans. “Hamila hamuadefet alay” (Mon mot préféré). By Marie Darrieussecq. The Post-Human Era, edited by Yochai Ataria and Amichai Shalev. Haifa: Pardes Academic Publishing, 2016. 357-358.
Kedem, Nir, trans. “Hapolitika haminit shel basar” (The Sexual Politics of Meat). By Carol J. Adams. The Post-Human Era, edited by Yochai Ataria and Amichai Shalev. Haifa: Pardes Academic Publishing, 2016. 117-138.
Kedem, Nir, trans. “Lenagen bapsanter shel Jane Campion: bitsua politi” (Playing Jane Campion’s Piano: Politically). By Carol Jacobs. Mikan: Journal of Israeli and Jewish Literature and Culture 17 (2017): 414-442.
“Literature and Life: Gilles Deleuze and Literary Theory.” A video-article [1.45 hours] appended to Introduction to Literary Theory and Cultural Studies, By Hanna Herzig. Raanana: The Open University, 2013. [in Hebrew]
Tammy Amiel-Hauser, Dafna Hirsch, Nir Kedem et al. Theories and Approaches in Cultural Studies: Student Handbook. Raanana: The Open University of Israel, 2012. [in Hebrew]
1. Introduction to Structuralism, pp. 50-58.
2. Walter Benjamin’s The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction, pp. 166-
3. Jacques Derrida’s Le Différance, pp. 221-242.
4. Gilles Deleuze and Félix Guattari’s Introduction: Rhizome, pp. 255-271.
5. Introduction to Postmodernism, pp. 272-280.
6. Jean-François Lyotard’s The Differend, pp. 281-293.
7. Jean Baudrillard’s Simulacra and Simulation, pp. 294-313.
8. Frederic Jameson’s Postmodernism, or the Cultural Logic of Late Capitalism, pp. 314-