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  • Public Culture 24:1

    An issue of: Public Culture
    Volume: 24
    Issue: 1
    Pages: 248
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    Editor’s Letter

    Eric Klinenberg

    Editor’s Letter

    Craig Calhoun

    Libyan Money, Academic Missions, and Public Social Science

    Thomas Medvetz

    “Scholar as Sitting Duck”: The Cronon Affair and the Buffer Zone in American Public Debate

    Visual Culture

    Fred Turner

    The Family of Man and the Politics of Attention in Cold War America


    Caitlin Zaloom

    Mary Poovey

    Andrew Lakoff

    Ian Hacking

    Poverty Markets: The New Politics of Development and Humanitarianism

    Ananya Roy

    Ethical Subjects: Market Rule in an Age of Poverty

    Julia Elyachar

    Next Practices: Knowledge, Infrastructure, and Public Goods at the Bottom of the Pyramid

    Ananya Roy

    Subjects of Risk: Technologies of Gender in the Making of Millennial Modernity

    Peter Redfield

    Bioexpectations: Life Technologies as Humanitarian Goods

    Vincanne Adams

    The Other Road to Serfdom: Recovery by the Market and the Affect Economy in New Orleans

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