My essay on Simone de Beauvoir’s Goncourt Prize winning novel The Mandarins was published early in 2020. Here’s the pdf. Note that there is a snafu with notes 22 and 23 in the wrong place (I only have a pdf of the proofs). The full reference is: Toril Moi, â€œAcknowledging the Other: Reading, Writing, and Living inÂ The Mandarins,â€Â Yale French StudiesÂ nos. 135 & 136 (2019): 100-115. (Special issue: â€œExistentialism, 70 Years Afterâ€, edited by Lauren du Graf, Julia Elsky, and ClÃ©mentine FaurÃ©.)
Revolution of the Ordinary!
My new book is in production!Â Revolution of the Ordinary: Literary Studies after Wittgenstein, Austin, and CavellÂ will be published by Chicago University Press in May 2017. I will post more information later.
Feminist Theory after Wittgenstein, Austin and Cavell: Symposium at the New School, New York
There will be an exciting symposium on feminist theory after Wittgenstein, Austin and Cavell at the New School in New York on Thursday April 3 and Friday April 4, 2014.
Participants include Nancy Bauer (Tufts), Sarah Beckwith (Duke), Alice Crary (New School), Sandra Laugier (Sorbonne), Toril Moi (Duke), and Linda Zerilli (Chicago). For more information click here.