Introduction, Claire Colebrook; 1. Events, Becoming and History, Paul Patton; 2. Of the Rise and Progress of Philosophical
Concepts, Deleuze's Humean Historiography, Jeff Bell; 3. Theory of Delay in Balibar, Freud, and Deleuze, Decalage, Nachtraglichkeit,
Retard, Jay Lampert; 4. Geohistory and hydro-bio-politics, John Protevi; 5. The Thought of History in Benjamin & Deleuze,
Tim Flanagan; 6. The Cannibal Within, White Men and the Embodiment of Evolutionary Time, Eve Bischoff; 7. Ageing, Pperpetual
Perishing and the Event as Pure novelty, Peguy, Whitehead and Deleuze on time and history, James Williams; 8. Cinema, chronos/cronos,
becoming an accomplice to the impasse of history, David Deamer; 9. Deleuze's Untimely, Uses and Abuses in the Appropriation
of Nietzsche, Craig Lundy; 10. Is Anti-Oedipus a May '68 book?, Ian Buchanan; 11. Molar Entities and Molecular Populations
in Human History, Manuel DeLanda; Notes on Contributors; Index.