Qui Parle 16:1

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Qui Parle 16:1
Journal Issue Volume 16, Number 1 Published: 2006 An issue of Qui Parle
This issue features essays on Frederick Douglass’s differing opinions on the pro-slavery character of the American Union; an analysis of Bernheim’s theory of suggestibility in relation to hypnotism; commentary on a page of the Codex Telleriano-Remensis and its depiction of colonial order, indigenous self, and radical relativism; a philosophical study of morality in places of disaster; and a review of best-selling books by Muslim women that have found a neoconservative audience in the United States. Contributors include Kelvin C. Black, Mikkel Borch-Jacobsen, Claude Imbert, Saba Mahmood, Adi Ophir, and José Rabasa


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