By Sara Bell
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24. At the University of Chicago in January 2001, organized by Janet Jakobsen and Lauren Berlant. Public Feelings emerged as a topic for future discussion and was one of the five subgroups for the second national meeting at Barnard College in late September 2001 (a meeting significantly dominated by discussions of September 11, 2001). More recently, in March 2009, the “Rethinking Sex” conference at the University of Pennsylvania, organized by Heather Love, combined reflections on Gayle Rubin’s influential essay and the infamous Barnard conference on Sexuality in 1982 with sessions on the politics of feeling, thus forging a connection between these cultural moments and movements.
10. This book’s working subtitle, “A Public Feelings Project,” was changed after the manuscript was submitted. This designation has also been used by me and my coeditors Janet Staiger and Ann Reynolds in conjunction with Political Emotions, a collection based on a conference at the University of Texas in 2008; by José Muñoz for the special issue of Women and Performance, “Between Psychoanalysis and Affect”; and by Lauren Berlant in Cruel Optimism; and this book remains “A Public Feelings Project” in spirit.
Chapter 2 devotes extended attention to books by two scholars of the African diaspora—Saidiya Hartman’s Lose Your Mother and Jacqui Alexander’s Pedagogies of Crossing—that articulate the scholarly impasses, including writer’s block and political depression, created by the absent archive of slavery and the long-term effects of racism. The chapter suggests how histories of geographic and political dispossession can usefully illuminate what gets called depression, and how indigenous notions of sovereignty and what Alexander calls “radical selfpossession,” or decolonization that includes not just the mind but the senses and feelings, enable a psychogeographical understanding of depression.