61, Fall 2005

Table of Contents

From: Cultural Critique

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Editorial Statement

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The Future of the Research University and the Fate of the Humanities

pp. 1-21
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Two Cheers for Aesthetic Autonomy

pp. 22-54
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Knowing What We Are Doing: Time, Form, and the Reading of Postmodernity

pp. 55-86
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"Mont Blanc" and the Sublimity of Materiality

pp. 87-114
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Paranoia in the Age of the World Picture: The Global "Limits of Enlightenment"

pp. 115-147
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Speculations on a New Economy: La Femme Nikita, the Series

pp. 148-185
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Violent Submission: Gendered Automobility

pp. 186-214
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Book Reviews

Cultural Critique's commitment to cultural and intellectual debate and discussion is bolstered by the regular inclusion of book reviews of both new and not-so-new books. Generally, books reviewed will have appeared within the past three years, although reviews of older books that are emerging or re-emerging in intellectual debates are also welcome. As an academic publication, Cultural Critique sees itself as having a responsibility to devote space to authors whose work may not be reviewed otherwise. Short reviews (200 to 1,000 words) of two or three academic book publications will appear in forthcoming issues with an eye toward a longer review section in the future. For Cultural Critique's special issues, book reviews should share the journal's thematic focus. Cultural Critique's book review editors solicit writers, books, and ideas for future contributions to this new section of the journal. Please contact Lindsey Simms and Jakki Spicer at cultcrit@tc.umn.edu or Cultural Critique, 9 Pleasant Street SE, 350 Folwell Hall, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455.

Deja Vu: Aberrations of Cultural Memory (review)

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Modernism, Inc.: Body, Memory, Capital (review)

pp. 221-223
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Eros in Mourning (review)

pp. 224-230
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Books Received

Books Received

pp. 231-235
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 236-237
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Erratum

Erratum

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