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1. The Period After 1989—Václav Havel and Adam Michnik
2. Nineteen Eighty-Four (And -Five): A Brit Looks Back—Aidan O'Neill
3. 1968—Greil Marcus
4. 1509—Colin Richmond
5. Introduction: The Promise of Apathy—Jeffrey M. Perl, A. W. Price, John McDowell, Matthew A. Taylor, Caleb Thompson, and Douglas Mao
6. Institutions of Fittingness—A.W. Price
7. Wittgensteinian “Quietism”—John McDowell
8. The “Phantasmodesty” of Henry Adams—Matthew A. Taylor
9. Quietism From the Side of Happiness: Tolstoy, Schopenhauer, War and Peace—Caleb Thompson
10. The Lack of Repose—Douglas Mao
11. Six Poems—José Kozer
12. From Poison, Shadow, and Farewell—Javier Marías
13. Misunderstanding: A Typology of Performance—Dominique Garand
14. What's Wrong with Democracy? From Athenian Practice to American Worship—Josiah Ober
15. The Declaration of Independence: A Global History—Stanley N. Katz
16. Nongovernmental Politics—Stanley N. Katz
17. The Nation and Its Ruins: Antiquity, Archaeology, and National Imagination in Greece—John Boardman
18. Europe between the Oceans, 9000 BC - AD 1000—Peter Burke
19. Ocean of Reasoning: A Great Commentary on Nagarjuna's Mulamadhyamakakarika—Andrew P. Tuck
20. Soul and Other Stories—Caryl Emerson
21. The Whisperers: Private Life in Stalin's Russia—Mikhail Epstein
22. The Unthought Debt: Heidegger and the Hebraic Heritage—Michael Fagenblat
23. Blood and Soil: A World History of Genocide and Extermination from Sparta to Darfur—David Konstan
24. Where Have All the Soldiers Gone? The Transformation of Modern Europe—Alick Isaacs
25. The Book of Psalms: A Translation with Commentary—Denis Donoghue
26. Reading Orientalism: Said and the Unsaid—David Cannadine
27. Postcolonial Disorders—Don Seeman
28. Worlds at War: The 2,500 Year Struggle between East and West—Prasenjit Duara
29. Language for a New Century: Contemporary Poetry from the Middle East, Asia, and Beyond—Simone Roberts
30. For Prophet and Tsar: Islam and Empire in Russia and Central Asia—Wolfgang G. Schwanitz
31. EIMI: A Journey through Soviet Russia—William M. Chace
32. New Writings of William Hazlitt—David Bromwich
33. The Great Transformation of Musical Taste: Concert Programming from Haydn to Brahms—Philip Gossett
34. W. A. Mozart—William Weber
35. The Architecture of Happiness—James Trilling
36. A Theory of Craft: Function and Aesthetic Expression—Barry Allen
37. The Other Virgil: "Pessimistic" Readings of the Aeneid in Early Modern Culture—Rickard Jenkins
38. Rumble, Young Man, Rumble—Belle Randall
39. Portrait of a Priestess: Women and Ritual in Ancient Greece—Susan Stephens
40. The Crusades and the Christian World of the East: Rough Tolerance—William Tronzo
41. Things That Talk: Object Lessons from Art and Science—MiguelTamen
42. Used Books: Marking Readers in Renaissance England—G. Thomas Tanselle
43. DEPRESSION: Financial, Post-manic, and Floral—Wayne Andersen
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