A new issue of Postcolonial Text is out. Christian Gilliam (Royal Holloway): Sartre and Foucault in Dialogue: Toward a Post-Existentialism. Postcolonial theory discounts the enduring value of Enlightenment universalism at its own peril: Jonah Birch interviews Vivek Chibber, author of Postcolonial Theory and the Specter of Capital. Jameson Redux: Jonathan Arac reviews Post-Postmodernism: or, The Cultural Logic of Just-in-Time Capitalism by Jeffrey T. Nealon. “Something in all men profoundly rejoices at seeing a car burn”: Frederick H. Pitts that reassess the importance and impact of Jean Baudrillard’s The Mirror of Production (and part 2). Sebastiano Maffettone on how to avoid the liaison dangereuse between post-colonialism and post-modernism. John Lepper reviews The Beach Beneath the Street: The Everyday Life and Glorious Times of the Situationist International by Mackenzie Wark and Spectacular Capitalism: Guy Debord and the Practice of Radical Philosophy by Richard Gilman-Opalsky.