restricted access   Volume 36, Number 1, Winter 2005

Table of Contents

From: New Literary History

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Special Issue: Essays on the Humanities

Ethics and the Humanities: Some Lessons of Historical Experience

pp. 1-17
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Beneath and Beyond the "Crisis in the Humanities"

pp. 21-36
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In Need of a Name? A Response to Geoffrey Harpham

pp. 37-42
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Response to Harpham

pp. 43-46
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"An Addiction from Which We Never Get Free"

pp. 47-55
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Threatening the University--The Liberal Arts and the Economization of Culture

pp. 57-70
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Culture and Technology: The Way We Live Now, What Is to Be Done?

pp. 71-82
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Monsters, Inc. : Notes on the Neoliberal Arts Education

pp. 83-95
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Thoughts on the Role of the Humanities in Contemporary Life

pp. 97-103
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NLH Response

pp. 105-109
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Humanities for Taxpayers: Some Problems

pp. 111-129
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Slow and Brilliant: Reactions to Geoffrey Galt Harpham's Diagnosis of the Humanities Today

pp. 131-139
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 141-142
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Books Received

Contributors

pp. 143-145
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