texts (chronological)

“Watched Over By Assemblages of Providential Grace.” In Sharif Youssef and Jody Greene, eds. The Hostile Takeover: Human Rights after Corporate Personhood (Philadelphia: Penn, under review).

“Post-Fordist Fascism.” In John Asimakopoulos and Richard Gilman-Opalsky, eds. Against Capital in the Twenty-First Century: A Reader of Radical Undercurrents (Temple University Press), 2017.

“Dispensing God’s Care.” The New Inquiry, June 12, 2017.

“Border, Theory, Contract.” Interview with Sean O’Brien, Public, 28: 55 (2017), pp. 84-92.

Encoding the Law of the Household and the Standardisation Of Uncertainty.” In Arianna Bove, Emiliana Armano and Annalisa Murgia, eds. Mapping Precariousness, Labour Insecurity and Uncertain Livelihoods (London: Ashgate), 2017.

“Unproductive Circulation, Excessive Consumption.” In Maria Hlavajova and Simon Sheikh, eds. Former West: Art & the Contemporary After 1989 (MIT), 2017.

“‘Post-factual’ Readings of Neoliberalism, Before and After Trump,” Society & Space, December 5, 2016

The Commons.” In Iris van der Tuin, ed. Gender, v2: Nature (London: Macmillan), 2016.

On Borders, Race, Fascism, Labour, Precarity, Feminism, etc” Base, 3.01 (2016).

“Cross-Border Operations.” Interview with Matthew Kiem, New Inquiry, November 18 (2015).

Archipelago of Risk: Uncertainty, Borders and Migration Detention Systems,” New Formations, Volume 84-85, 2015, pp. 163-183.

Cultural Relativism/Cultural Difference,” “Identity and Difference” and “Power (Hegemony, Posthegemony, Micropower, Biopower).” In Clive Edwards, ed. The Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of Design (London: Bloomsbury Academic), 2015.

“Social Benefit Bonds: Financial Markets Inside the State,” Angela Mitropoulos and Dick Bryan. In G. Meagher and S. Goodwin, eds. Markets, Rights and Power in Australian Social Policy, (Sydney: Sydney University Press), 2015.

“The Performative Economy of the Racial Speculative,” Australian Critical Race and Whiteness Studies Association Conference, Brisbane, Queensland, 4-5 December (2014).

“Do Androids Dream of Sleeping.” In M. Kohout ed. Sleep Cures Sleepiness (Berlin: TLTRPress), 2014.

“Contractual Performance, Labor & the Art of Life,” Living Labor: Marxism and Performance Studies Conference. Beyond Marxism and Performance Studies: a closing plenary session convened in honor of ST Collective Member José Esteban Muñoz. New York University, Sunday, April 13, 2014.

“The Impersistence of Life and Variations of Time: Prognosis, Dialectics, Mutation,” Cultural Critique 88, pp.203-213 (2014).

“Oikos and Infrastructure: Servicing Infinite Debts, Service Work, and Fugitive Slaves,” for the “Forgotten Histories, Continuing Pasts: Unaccounted Modes of Life” panel. American Studies Association Conference, Seattle: “Beyond the Logic of Debt, Toward an Ethics of Collective Dissent,” (2013).

“The Time of the Contract: Insurance, Contingency and the Arrangement of Risk,” South Atlantic Quarterly, 111:4, 2013.

Contract and Contagion: From Biopolitics to Oikonomia (New York: Autonomedia/Minor Compositions), 2012.

Von der Prekarität zum Risikomanagement und darüber hinaus,” in I. Lorey et al, eds. Inventionen (Diaphanes: Berlin), 2012.

“Proliferating Limits: Capitalist Dynamics, Oikonomia and Border Technologies,” in J. Hutnyk, ed. Beyond Borders (London: Pavement Books), 2012.

“Uncanny Robots and Affective Labour in the Oikonomia,” Cultural Studies Review, 18:1, 2012, pp.153-73.

“Queer Economies and Speculative Limits,” for the “Queering Value” Panel, Modern Language Association Convention, Seattle, January 2012.

“Trading Futures, Consolidating Student Debt,” Mute, 20 December 2011.

“Legal, Tender: The Genealogical Economy of Pride, Debt, and Origin,” Social Text 29:3, 2011, pp.73-91.

“Förkroppsliganden av ras,” Glänta 2, 2011.

“No Border Politics.” Interview with Shift, September (2010).

“From Precariousness to Risk Management and Beyond,” at the Zürich Hochschule der Künste Inventions Series, Zürich, April 6 2010.

“Borders, Contagion, Contracts,” Border Infestation – Conference, Department of Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths, University of London, March 24 2010.

“The Household Frontier,” Ephemera, 9:4, 2009, pp.363-368 [co-authored with Melinda Cooper].

“Economies of Race, Queer Households and the Crisis,” Seeing Through Empire’s New Clothes – Conference, Sydney, September 13 2009.

“Oikopolitics, and Storms,” Global South, 3:1, 2009, pp.66-82.

“Legal, Tender,” Reartikulacija 7, 2009.

“Notes on the Frontiers and Borders of the Postcolony,” in M. Narula et al, eds. Frontiers – Sarai Reader 07 (New Delhi: Sarai), 2007, pp.372-380.

“Autonomy, Recognition, Movement,” in S. Shukaitis et al, eds. Constituent Imagination (Edinburgh: AK Press), 2007, pp.127-136 [republished from The Commoner 11, 2006].

“Exceptional Times, Non-governmental Spacings, and Impolitical Movements,” [co-authored with Brett Neilson] in M. Feher, ed. Nongovernmental Politics (New York: Zone Books), 2007, pp.469-481 [republished from Vacarme 34, 2006].

“In Praise of Usura,” Mute 2:13, 2009 [co-authored with Melinda Cooper].

Die Internalisierung des Kommandos als Gewohnheit – Autonomie, Erkenntnis, Bewegung,” Bildenkunst, 2009 [trans. Jens Kastner].

“Recognition,” Crosswords/Eurozine, January 2009.

Articulating Movement: Negotiating a Politics of Migratory Knowledge Production, University of Melbourne, School of Culture and Communications and Melbourne School of Graduate Research, November 21 2008.

“Borders 2.0 – Future, Tense,” Mute 2:9, 2008 [collaborative project with US architect Bryan Finoki].

Nouvelle époque, nouvelles frontières,” Courrier International 13/19 November, 2008 [trans. Unknown].

“The Materialisation of Race in Multiculture,” Darkmatter 2, 2008.

“On the Borders of Politics: Activism, Democracy, Labour,” Department of Gender And Cultural Studies, University of Sydney Seminar Series, June 1 2007.

“The Social Softwar,” Web 2.0 – Mute 2:4, 2007.

“Cutting Democracy’s Knot,” Culture Machine 8, 2006 [co-authored with Brett Neilson].

“Under the Beach, the Barbed Wire,” in J. Berry-Slater and P. van Mourik Broekman, eds. Proud To Be Flesh: An Anthology of Cultural Politics after the Net (London: Mute/Autonomedia), 2009, pp.391-98 [republished from Dis-Integrating Multiculturalism – Mute 2:2, 2006, pp.34-33. Epub].

“The Demography of Time and the Times,” Ephemera 6:1 (2006).

“Precari-Us?” in J. Berry-Slater, ed. The Precarious Reader (London: Mute), 2005, pp.12-18 [republished by the European Institute for Progressive Cultural Policies in 2007; and as “Prekär – Wir ?” for the Frassanito Network Symposium on Precarious Work, Berlin [trans. Thomas Atzert], 2006.].

“Contro tutte le recinzioni,” Derive Approdi 2, 2005 [trans. Sandro Mezzadra].

“Academia Inc and the (Culture) Wars,” Overland 179, 2005 (Republished as “Polemos, Universitas,” Borderlands 4:1, 2005 [co-authored with Brett Neilson].)

“Native to the Nation: Disciplining Landscapes and Bodies in Australia,” Journal of Australian Studies 29:85, 2005.

“The Micro-Physics of Theoretical Production and Border Crossings,” Borderlands 3:2, 2004.

What is To Be Done? – ARTE/ZDF Documentary Series & Fibreculture Initiative – Conference, Australian Centre for the Moving Image, December 10 2003.

What Divides Us? A Dialogue on Borders – Seminar, Postgraduate House, University of Melbourne, July 23 2002.

“Signs of Life,” Overland 167, 2002, pp.69–73.

“Halt. Who Goes There?,” in L. Boon-Kuo and G. Sullivan, eds. City-State: A Critical Reader on Surveillance and Social Control (Sydney: UTS Community Law and Legal Research Centre), 2002, pp.5-12. [From “Halt. Who Goes There?,” City-State Conference, Melbourne, July 2002.]

“As if to War,” Overland 166, 2002, pp.92-3.

“The Barbed End of Human Rights,” Overland 165, 2001, pp.160-71. [Republished in Borderlands 2:1, 2003.]

“Habeas Corpus,” Arena Magazine, October-November 2001.

“The End of Work?” Overland Roundtable, September 2000.

“Invisible Hands and Iron Fists: Fear, Progress and Work at the End of the Century,” Overland 157, 1999, pp.4-12.

“Discipline and Labour – Sociology, Class Formation and Money in Australia at the Beginning of the Twentieth Century,” in J. Germov and T. R. McGee, eds. Histories of Australian Sociology (Melbourne: Melbourne University Press), 2005, pp.343-54 [republished from Journal of Sociology 35, 1999, pp.77-91.]