In this collection of previously published essays Patricia T. Clough is taking the measure of what she describes as “[m]oving from theaffective turn to thedatalogicalturn” (ix). Increasingly concerned with looking at this exact “measure” of affect, or “affect-itself” (3), and proposing to move toward a “datalogical turn,” Clough is in the midst of moving beyond the focus of her prior work, which has so helped define the debate and influence around the notion of “affect,” including Autoaffection: Unconscious Thought in the Age of Technology (2000), TheEnd(s)ofEthnography: From Realism to Social Criticism (1998), Feminist Thought (1994), and as editor (with Jean Halley) of...

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