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Feminine Writing Liberating Women Writing and Politics Writing the Enigma Writing, Demons, and God Writing for the Theater Genesis of the Text Autobiography On Race On Painting, Music, and Poetic Memory Dialogue 1: With Michel Foucault Dialogue 2: With Jacques Derrida And the Future Bibliographies Hélène Cixous is professor of literature at the Université de Paris VIII.
She is the author of Portrait of Jacques Derrida as a Young Jewish Saint, Three Steps on the Ladder of Writing (both published by Columbia University Press), and other works of fiction, essays, and plays.
Curbing this compulsion could take years for the text-obsessed, and doing so might resemble efforts to stop drunk driving, Greenfield says.
People need to realize they’re part of the problem before they change their behavior, he adds.
There might be more actionable solutions in the very near future, however.
AT&T, which sponsored Greenfield’s study as part of its “It Can Wait Campaign,” has an app that switches on when a person is driving more than 15 mph and silences incoming text message alerts.
It also marks the end of the football season as well as a forthcoming long hot summer of nervous twitching.
Just after the final whistle, I read the text's penultimate exchange between Cixous and longtime counterpart Jacques Derrida. Perhaps the season won't be as interminable as I feared. This is my first encounter with Helen Cixous and it is a pleasant one.
Susan Sellers is professor of English and related literature at the University of St. She is the editor of The Hélène Cixous Reader and author of Hélène Cixous: Authorship, Autobiography, and Love and Hélène Cixous: Live Theory.