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  1. Michael Bérubé reviews Cathy N. Davidson's The New Education: How to Revolutionize the University to Prepare Students for a World in Flux.

    The CI Review

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  2. ISRAEL/PALESTINE: A FORUM ON THE OCCUPIED AND THE OCCUPIER

    Visit the CI feature for abstracts and links to the essays

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  3. SPRING 2018

    Featuring essays by Ian Hunter, Kyle Parry, Anne Anlin Cheng, Charles Bernstein, Jonathan H. Grossman, Mark Jarzombek, and John Paul Rollert.

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  4.      Listen to the latest Critical Inquiry      podcast.

         Editor W.J.T. Mitchell talks about the journal's      beginnings.

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  5. Featuring new essays by Bruno Latour, Jacques Rancière, Andrei Pop, Christopher D. Berk, and a special dossier on Israel/Palestine.

    And more from The CI Review . . .

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  6. Raymond Bellour's “Art Resists, Even If It Is Not the Only Thing That Resists”

    Raymond Bellour on Gilles Deleuze

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  7. Publication, Power, and Patronage: Essay, Response, Rejoinder. 

    Read Chad Wellmon and Andrew Piper's revised essay, Scott Ganz and Jordan Brower's response, and Wellmon and Piper's rejoinder. 

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  8. THE CI REVIEW

    Read Robert Pippin's review of Toril Moi's Revolution of the Ordinary: Literary Studies after Wittgenstein, Austin, and Cavell.

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