Vol. 15 No. 1 (2012): suspicion

Edited by Carody Culver, Amy Vuleta, and Jane Stadler
Published: 2012-03-21
Cover imageCover photograph by Jack Delano: 'In the waiting room of the Union Station.' Chicago Illinois, 1943. (Office of War Information Photograph Collection. Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division, Washington, D.C. LC-USW3-015486-E) zoomView cover


  • Suspicion

    Carody Culver, Amy Vuleta


  • Critique and the Hermeneutics of Suspicion

    Rita Felski


  • “There’s Suspicion, Nothing More” — Suspicious Readings of Michael Haneke’s Caché (Hidden, 2005)

    Alison Taylor
  • Bill Lawton by Any Other Name: Language Games and Terror in Falling Man

    Niva Kaspi
  • “Analysis Paralysis”: The Suspicion of Suspicion in the Fiction of David Foster Wallace

    Nick Levey
  • “Old Father, Old Artificer”: Queering Suspicion in Alison Bechdel’s Fun Home

    Sarah Catherine Richardson
  • The Difficulty of Reading Allen Ginsberg's "Kaddish" Suspiciously

    Nicola Scholes
  • The Homme Fatal and the Subversion of Suspicion in Mr Brooks and The Killer Inside Me

    Samantha Jane Lindop
  • The Suspicious Figure of the Female Forensic Pathologist Investigator in Crime Fiction

    Katherine Howell
  • Love in the Time of Socialism: Negotiating the Personal and the Social in Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck’s The Lives of Others

    Rowena Grant-Frost
  • Suspicious Images: Iconophobia and the Ethical Gaze

    Chari Larsson