ANDREW N. RUBIN is the author most recently Archives of Authority: Empire, Culture, and the Cold War, published by Princeton University Press in 2012, which won a Lannan Literay Fellowship in 2014. Along with Moustafa Bayoumi, he is the co-editor of The Selected Works of Edward Said, 1966-2006, forthcoming from Vintage. His writing has appeared in journals and magazines such as The South Atlantic Quarterly, Alif: Journal of Comparative Poetics, The New Statesman, and The Nation. He is currently rwriting a manuscript entitled, America’s Last Taboo: Orientalism, anti-Semitism, and the Question of Europe, which brings together the work of Hannah Arendt, Theodor Adorno, Erich Auerbach, and Edward Said to examine the ways that Europe—“the Question of Europe”—continues to conceal the shared origins of modern anti-Semitism and Orientalism in the philological study of the histories of human languages in early 19th century Europe. Challenging the conventions that have shaped the study of Orientalism, the history of European anti-Semitism, he manuscript examines how the interpretation of Auerbach, Arendt, Said, and Adorno, as an ensemble, allows us to create new maps for understanding the formidable structures of domination that continue define the crisis of modernity.For more information, please do not hesitate him at firstname.lastname@example.org.