1. Nepantla: Writing (from) the In-Between
  2. Charles Scott, Nancy Tuana
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  1. The Idea(s) of America
  2. Jessica Wahman
  3. pp. 16-39
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  1. America as Assemblage of Placeways: Toward a Meshwork of Lifelines
  2. Robert E. Innis
  3. pp. 40-62
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  1. The May Day Machine: Assemblages in Nineteenth-Century Chicago
  2. Richard A. Lee
  3. pp. 63-81
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  1. The U.S. Border and the Political Ontology of “Assassination Nation”: Thanatological Dispositifs
  2. Eduardo Mendieta
  3. pp. 82-100
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  1. The Job of Creating Desire: Propaganda as an Apparatus of Government and Subjectification
  2. Cory Wimberly
  3. pp. 101-118
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  1. Between Two Betweens: Hannah Arendt and the Politics of Education
  2. Emily Zakin
  3. pp. 119-134
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  1. Religion and the “Religious”: Cormac McCarthy and John Dewey
  2. Robert Metcalf
  3. pp. 135-154
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  1. Turning Listening Inside Out: Brian Eno’s Ambient 1: Music for Airports
  2. John Lysaker
  3. pp. 155-176
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  1. He Saw What Was Going to Happen in the World and Put It on Stage
  2. Mary Magada-Ward
  3. pp. 177-189
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  1. The Primordial Forms of Autopoiesis: It Is Self-Assemblage All the Way Down
  2. Vincent Colapietro
  3. pp. 190-206
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