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1. Editor's Introduction
2. Package/Packaging–David Breskin
3. DAVID BRESKIN/ Work
4. BRADLEY TUSK/ How to Get Ahead in a Downsized World–Bradley Tusk
5. Talking to the Dog–Paul Martin
6. Friday Night Fights–Paul Martin
7. Venetian Blinds–Lois Marie Harrod
8. Moving Next Door–John Poch
9. Women–Barbara Mujica
10. The Hope it Contains Like Children–Eileen Hennessy
11. On Becoming a Slut: A User's Manual–Amy Blesser
12. E. SHASKAN BUMAS/ The Writer with a PhD–E. Shaskan Bumas
13. Buying Books–Theodore Deppe
14. Fire Elegy–Theodore Deppe
15. No One Died–Steven M. Thomas
16. The Swineherd–Mark Henkes
17. The Fifth Elegy (Translated by William H. Gass)–Rainer Maria Rilke
ACTIVISM AND THE ACADEMY
18. Introduction: The Academy as a Place of Work and a Place of Politics–Rachel Riedner and Noreen O'Connor
19. Romancing the Shelter: The State, Activism, and Domestic Violence Funding–Kristin Peterson
20. The Academy on the Front Stoop: Theory, Community, and Resistance–Sharon M. Meagher
21. Graduates as Students, Graduates as Employees: Labor Unions in the Academy–Cynthia Gabriel
22. Writing, Pedagogy, and Activism in the Human Sciences: An Interview with Stanley Aronowitz–Stanley Aronowitz with Rachel Riedner and David Tritelli
23. Theory into Practice: An Interview with Barbara Foley–Barabara Foley with Noreen O'Connor and Rich Hancuff
24. The Formation of an Activist Scholar: An Interview with Alan Wald–Alan Wald with David Tritelli and Sharon Hanscom–Alan Wald with David Tritelli and Sharon Hanscom
25. Politics and Philosophy: An Interview with Nancy Fraser–Nancy Fraser and Jeffrey Williams
PUBLIC INTELLECTUALS AND THE FUTURE OF GRADUATE EDUCATION
26. Introduction: Public Intellectuals and the Future of Graduate Education–Gerald Graff
27. Res Publica–Michael Bérubé
28. The Professor-Managers–Chris Newfield
29. Public Intellectuals and Graduate Education–Nathan Tarcov
30. The Problem with Public Intellectuals–Jeffrey Williams
31. Who Will Support the Intellectual's Work?–Ellen Willis
32. Public Intellectuals Do It With Style–Laura Kipnis
SURVEYING THE FIELD
33. Marketing Transgression, or Capital Talks Shit–Jim Hurley
34. The Trouble with Cosmopolitanism (on Cheah and Robbins' Cosmoolitics)–Karen Piper
35. Asking the Hard Questions (on Kipnis' Bound and Gagged)–Larae Cunningham
37. Realism (on McKnight's Agent of Challenge and Defiance)–Michael Sprinker
38. Women and Surrealism (on Rosemont's Surrealist Women)–Paul Buhle
39. Introduction–MLA 98
40. The Labor of the Cultural Underclass–Annalee Newitz
41. The Upside of a Down Market–Michael Bennett
42. On Incivility in Academe–Mark Kelley
43. What We Did This Winter–Cary Nelson
44. Doctor Outsider–Michele Tepper
45. On Fostering (In)Civility and Feeling (Un)Welcome–Kirsten M. Christensen
46. Works Cited
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