restricted access   Volume 21, Issue 1, January 2015

Table of Contents

Columns

Part of the Problem

pp. 1-4

Inseparable from Your Own Life

pp. 5-8

This Is How I Want You to Remember Me

p. 9

Symposium

Peace by Other Means: Symposium on the Role of Ethnography and the Humanities in Understanding, Prevention, and Resolution of Enmity Part 2

Introduction: Greco-Latin Findings

pp. 10-18

Slaves, Stories, and Cults: Conflict Resolution between Masters and Slaves in Ancient Greece

pp. 19-43

Livy and Corneille: Conflict and Resolution in the Story of the Horatii

pp. 44-49

Thumos, War, and Peace

pp. 50-82

How to End Holy War: Negotiations and Peace Treaties between Muslims and Crusaders in the Latin East

pp. 83-103

Little Reviews

Holy Ignorance: When Religion and Culture Part Ways by Olivier Roy (review)

p. 104

The Mixed Multitude: Jacob Frank and the Frankist Movement, 1755–1916 by Pawel Maciejko (review)

pp. 104-105

Jews, Christians, and the Abode of Islam: Modern Scholarship, Medieval Realities by Jacob Lassner (review)

p. 106

Saints, Sacrilege, and Sedition: Religion and Conflict in the Tudor Reformations by Eamon Duffy (review)

p. 107

Imperial Portugal in the Age of Atlantic Revolutions: The Luso-Brazilian World, c. 1770–1850 by Gabriel Paquette (review)

p. 107

Appropriating the Past: Philosophical Perspectives on the Practice of Archaeology ed. by Geoffrey Scarre and Robin Coningham (review)

p. 108

The Prophet Jesus and the Renewal of Israel: Moving Beyond a Diversionary Debate by Richard Horsley (review)

pp. 108-109

Adventures with Iphigenia in Tauris: A Cultural History of Euripides’ Black Sea Tragedy by Edith Hall (review)

p. 109

Byzantium and Islam: Age of Transition ed. by Helen C. Evans and Brandie Ratliff (review)

pp. 109-110

Against World Literature: On the Politics of Untranslatability by Emily Apter (review)

pp. 110-111

The Two Latin Cultures and the Foundation of Renaissance Humanism in Medieval Italy by Ronald G. Witt (review)

p. 111

Classical Victorians: Scholars, Scoundrels, and Generals in Pursuit of Antiquity by Edmund Richardson (review)

p. 112

The Renaissance Rediscovery of Intimacy by Kathy Eden (review)

pp. 112-114

The Holocaust as Culture by Imre Kertész (review)

pp. 114-115

Weak Thought ed. by Gianni Vattimo and Pier Aldo Rovatti (review)

pp. 115-116

The Joy of Secularism: 11 Essays for How We Live Now ed. by George Levine (review)

pp. 116-117

Adam Ferguson in the Scottish Enlightenment: The Roman Past and Europe’s Future by Iain McDaniel (review)

pp. 117-118

Democracy Beyond Athens: Popular Government in the Greek Classical Age by Eric W. Robinson (review)

p. 119

Popular Protest in Late Medieval English Towns by Samuel K. Cohn (review)

pp. 119-120

The Taymouth Hours: Stories and the Construction of the Self in Late Medieval England by Kathryn A. Smith (review)

pp. 120-121

Bound Fast with Letters: Medieval Writers, Readers, and Texts foreword by Robert Somerville by Richard H. Rouse and Mary A. Rouse (review)

pp. 121-122

Medieval Autographies: The “I” of the Text by A. C. Spearing (review)

p. 122

The Words of Others: From Quotations to Culture by Gary Saul Morson (review)

p. 123

Eminent Hipsters by Donald Fagen (review)

p. 123

Newton and the Origin of Civilization by Jed Z. Buchwald and Mordechai Feingold (review)

p. 124

Beyond Human Nature by Jesse J. Prinz (review)

pp. 124-125

Poetry and Fiction

“The Night All Mankind Grew Old” and Three Other Tanka Sequences

pp. 126-136

Moles

pp. 137-140

Article

Can There Be Common Knowledge without a Common Language?: German Pflicht versus English Duty

pp. 141-171

Notes on Contributors

pp. 172-175