Volume 24, Number 1, Spring 2007

Table of Contents

From: South Central Review

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Special Issue: On Torture

Guest Editor: Thomas C. Hilde, University of Maryland

Editor's Preface

p. vii
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About the Cover Photograph

p. viii
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Introduction: On Torture

pp. 1-7
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Articles

Torture on Trial: Prosecuting Sadists and the Obfuscation of Systemic Crime

pp. 8-17
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Torture in the Algerian War

pp. 18-26
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There Are No Tortures In Gaza

pp. 27-36
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Iron Maiden Landscapes: The Geopolitics of Colombia's Territorial Conquest

pp. 37-55
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Torture, Tongues, and Treason

pp. 56-72
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The Terrorist We Torture: The Tale of Abdul Hakim Murad

pp. 73-90
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The Torturers and Their Public

pp. 91-94
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Are there times when we have to accept torture? / Are We Really So Fearful?

pp. 95-100
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Torture: New Methods and Meanings

pp. 101-118
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Torture as a Greater Evil

pp. 119-130
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Legitimacy, Identity, Violence And The Law

pp. 131-150
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Torture Makes The Man

pp. 151-169
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Feminism's Assumptions Upended

pp. 170-173
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Totalitarian Lust: From Salò to Abu Ghraib

pp. 174-182
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Information and the Tortured Imagination

pp. 183-201
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Contributors

Notes on Contributors

pp. 202-205
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Books Received

Books Received

p. 206
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