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1. Introduction: Bakhtin/”Bakhtin”–Peter Hitchcock
2. Bakhtin and Cassirer: The Philosophical Origins of Bakhtin's Carnival Messianism—Brian Poole, Peter Hitchcock
3. Bakhtin Myths, or, Why We All Need Alibis—Ken Hirschkop, Peter Hitchcock
4. Volosinov, Ideology, and Language: The Birth of Marxist Sociology from the Spirit of Lebensphilosophie—Galin Tihanov, Peter Hitchcock
5. Bakhtin as Anarchist? Language, Law and Creative Impulses in the Work of Mikhail Bakhtin and Rudolf Rocker—Robert F. Barsky, Peter Hitchcock
6. Bakhtin Without Borders: Participatory Action Research in the Social Sciences—Maroussia Hajdukowski-Ahmed, Peter Hitchcock
7. A Broken Thinker—Anthony Wall, Peter Hitchcock
8. Bakhtin's Chronotope and the Contemporary Short Story—Rachel Falconer, Peter Hitchcock
9. Archive Material on Bakhtin's Nevel Period—Nikolai Pan’kov, Peter Hitchcock
10. The Bakhtin Centre and the State of the Archive: An Interview with David Shepherd—Peter Hitchcock
11. Questions and Answers: Bakhtin from the Beginning, at the End of the Century—Vitalii Makhlin, Peter Hitchcock
12. Notes on Contributors
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Contributors. Robert Barsky, Rachel Falconer, Maroussia Hadjukowski-Ahmed, Ken Hirschkop, Peter Hitchcock, Michael Holquist, Vitaly Makhlin, Nikolai Pan’kov, Brian Poole, David Shepherd, Galin Tihanov, Anthony Wall
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