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© 2014 by Duke University Press
ISSN 0961-754x
IN THIS ISSUE
COLUMNS
The Sad Rider: A Decade since Derrida
Nietzsche and/or/versus Darwin
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Lesley Chamberlain
Babette Babich
SYMPOSIUM
Peace by Other Means: Symposium on the Role of Ethnography and the
Humanities in the Understanding, Prevention, and Resolution of Enmity
Part 1
Introduction: The Undivided Big Banana
•
Jeffrey M. Perl
Peace and War in Nonstate Societies: An Anatomy of the Literature in
Anthropology and Political Science • Johan M. G. van der Dennen
REVIEWS
Little Reviews
Reviel Netz, Barbara Herrnstein Smith, David Bellos, Stephen Greenblatt,
Ryan Balot, Sissela Bok, David A. Hollinger, Francis X. Clooney, SJ, Michael Fried,
David Blackbourn, Christopher Coker, Henry Kamen, Philip Gossett, Ardis Butterfield,
William M. Chace, Peter T. Leeson, Timothy Snyder, G. Thomas Tanselle,
Susan Stephens, Ingrid Rowland, Richard Jenkyns, John Boardman
Hard, Soft, and Fuzzy Historiography
•
J. G. A. Pocock
UNFINISHED BUSINESS
Toward a Postcritical Social Science: Responses to Casper Bruun Jensen
Insistence and Response: On Ethnographic Replication
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Hirokazu Miyazaki
Working with Those Who Think Otherwise
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Experimental Engagements and Metacodes
Richard Rottenburg
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Helen Verran
POETRY AND FICTION
“Actual Angels” and Other Poems
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Peter Cole
A Mountain from the North: Chapter XIV
Translated by George Szirtes
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László Krasznahorkai