1. Scholarly Truth and the Hunger for Progress
  2. David Bromwich
  3. pp. 531-553
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  1. Practical Pressures and Scientific Payoffs: A Long View of Knowledge and Utility in Federal Research
  2. Daniel J. Kevles
  3. pp. 561-582
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  1. Conflicts and Crisis in the Faculties: The Humanities in an Age of Identity
  2. Rosalind C. Morris
  3. pp. 583-615
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  1. Freedom versus Accountability in the Academy
  2. Akeel Bilgrami
  3. pp. 617-629
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  1. New Concepts, Expanding Audiences: What Highly Cited Texts Tell Us about Scholarly Knowledge in the Social Sciences
  2. Steven Brint
  3. pp. 637-668
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  1. Now Is the Time: How to Increase the Value of Social Science
  2. Arthur Lupia
  3. pp. 669-694
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  1. The End of the Modern Academy: At the University of Chicago, for Example
  2. Richard A. Shweder
  3. pp. 695-719
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  1. Scholarly Knowledge in the Physical Sciences
  2. Jeremiah P. Ostriker
  3. pp. 729-731
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  1. Data and Decisions about Scholarly Knowledge
  2. Daniel Goroff, Josh Greenberg
  3. pp. 733-737
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  1. The Contract between Society and Science: Changes and Challenges1
  2. Wolfgang Rohe
  3. pp. 739-757
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  1. Endangered Scholars Worldwide
  2. Ebby Abramson, Dolunay Bulut
  3. pp. v-xviii
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  1. Introduction
  2. Arien Mack
  3. pp. xix-xx
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  1. Is Scholarly Knowledge Good for the Public?
  2. Kenneth Prewitt
  3. pp. xxi-xxxv
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  1. Introduction: The Future of Scholarly Knowledge in the Humanities
  2. James Miller
  3. pp. 557-560
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  1. Introduction: Perspectives on Knowledge and Democratic Reason
  2. Ira Katznelson
  3. pp. 633-636
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  1. Introduction
  2. Kenneth Prewitt
  3. pp. 723-727
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  1. Notes on Contributors
  2. pp. 759-760
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