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  • Apology for Quietism, Part 4: A Sotto Voce Symposium

    An issue of: Common Knowledge
    Volume: 16
    Issue: 1
    Special Issue Editor(s): Jeffrey M. Perl
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  • 1. Intellectuals and “Humanity as a Whole”—Richard A. Shweder

    2. Should We Trust Intellectuals?—Mitchell Cohen

    3. Introduction: Mezza Voce Quietism?—Jeffrey M. Perl, W. Caleb McDaniel, Hanne Andrea Kraugerud, Bjørn Torgrim Ramberg, Christophe Fricker, Sidney Plotkin, Pink Dandelion, and Martin Mulsow

    4. John Brown, Quietist—W. Caleb McDaniel

    5. The New Loud: Richard Rorty, Quietist?—Hanne Andrea Kraugerud and Bjørn Torgrim Ramberg

    6. All Quietist on the Marina Front?: Reading Ernst Jünger's Auf den Marmorklippen with Fénelon—Christophe Fricker

    7. The Critic as a Quietist: Thorstein Veblen's Radical Realism—Sidney Plotkin

    8. Guarded Domesticity and Engagement with “The World”: The Separate Spheres of Quaker Quietism—Pink Dandelion

    9. Harpocratism: Gestures of Retreat in Early Modern Germany—Martin Mulsow

    10. From the Glass Ocean: A Novel in Progress—Lori Baker

    11. Recent Polish Poems—Wislawa Szymborska, Ryszard Krynicki, Bronislaw Maj, and Adam Zagajewski

    12. Awaiting the Heavenly Country: The Civil War and America's Culture of Death—Mordechai Bar-On

    13. Resurrection: The Power of God for Christians and Jews—Caroline Walker Bynum

    14. Archaeology as Political Action—John Boardman

    15. Securing the Past: Conservation in Art, Architecture, and Literature—Philip Gossett

    16. Inscription and Erasure: Literature and Written Culture from the Eleventh to the Eighteenth Century—G. Thomas Tanselle

    17. Substrate—Belle Randall

    18. The Lodger: Shakespeare on Silver Street—Jesse M. Lander

    19. 100 Semesters: My Adventures as Student, Professor, and University President, and What I Learned Along the Way—Stanley N. Katz

    20. A Scholar's Tale: Intellectual Journey of a Displaced Child of Europe—Elizabeth Freund

    21. Weimar on the Pacific: German Exile Culture in Los Angeles and the Crisis of Modernism—Tyrus Miller

    22. Architect and Engineer: A Study in Sibling Rivalry—Barry Allen

    23. Electric Salome: Loie Fuller's Performance of Modernism—Douglas Mao

    24. Marketing Maximilian: The Visual Ideology of a Holy Roman Emperor—Peter Burke

    25. City of the Sharp-Nosed Fish: Greek Papyri beneath the Egyptian Sand Reveal a Long-Lost World—Susan Stephens

    26. Only a Promise of Happiness: The Place of Beauty in a World of Art—Douglas Mao

    27. Collected Poems—Rachel Hadas

    28. Children's Literature: A Reader's History from Aesop to Harry Potter—Shira Wolosky

    29. Charitable Hatred: Tolerance and Intolerance in England, 1500 – 1700—Jesse M. Lander

    30. New Art History—Wayne Anderson

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