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  1. The Discursive and Narrative Foundations of Scandal
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  1. From Fictional Capital to Capital as Fiction: Globalization and the Intellectual Convergence of Business and the Humanities
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  1. The Political Theory of the Cliché: Hannah Arendt Reading Adolf Eichmann
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  1. American Bestiality: Sex, Animals, and the Construction of Subjectivity
  2. Colleen Glenney Boggs
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  1. War Is for the Birds: Birding Babylon and the "Military-Industrial-Environmental Complex"
  2. Molly Wallace
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  1. China in Theory: The Orientalist Production of Knowledge in the Global Economy
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  1. On the Sacred in African Literature: Old Gods and New Worlds (review)
  2. Graham Pechey
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  1. Editorial Statement
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  1. Books Received
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  1. Contributors
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