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  1. Catherine Malabou on Foucault’s Last Seminars

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  2. New on The CI Review!

    Jaś Elsner reviews The Tiny and the Fragmented: Miniature, Broken or Otherwise Incomplete Objects from the Ancient World edited by S. Rebecca Martin and Stephanie M. Langin-Hooper

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  3. New on The CI Review!

    Michael Geyer reviews Time and Power: Visions of History in German Politics, from the Thirty Years’ War to the Third Reich by Christopher Clark

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  4. New on The CI Review!

    Priscilla Layne reviews Der diskrete Charme der Anthropologie: Michel Leiris' ethnologische Poetik by Irene Albers

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  5. New on The CI Review!

    Nitzan Lebovic reviews The Implicated Subject: Beyond Victims and Perpetrators by Michael Rothberg

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  6. Join us!

    Critical Inquiry is thrilled to announce a symposium on climate change featuring Ursula K. Heise, Claire Colebrook, and Dipesh Chakrabarty held on 7 February 2020 from 2:00–6:00 pm in Classics 110. 

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  7. New on The CI Review

    Mohammad Kimiagari reviews Giving Way: Thoughts on Unappreciated Dispositions by Steven Connor

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  8. New on The CI Review

    Maria Bose reviews Vicious Circuits: Korea’s IMF Cinema and the End of the American Century by Joseph Jonghyun Jeon

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