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  1. Willing to Die: Addiction and Other Ambivalences of Living
  2. Dana Seitler
  3. pp. 1-21
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  1. Religious Studies' Mishandling of Origin and Change: Time, Tradition, and Form of Life in Buddhism
  2. Ananda Abeysekara
  3. pp. 22-71
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  1. A Global "We"? Poetic Exhortations in a Time of Precarious Life
  2. Walt Hunter
  3. pp. 72-94
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  1. From Targets to Matches: The Digital Anatomy-Politics of Neoliberal Sexuality
  2. Andrea Righi
  3. pp. 95-121
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  1. The Pedagogical Power of Things: Toward a Post-Intentional Phenomenology of Unlearning
  2. Tyson E. Lewis
  3. pp. 122-144
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  1. Colonialism at Home: Colonial Sensibility of the Suburb in Yasujirō Ozu's I Was Born, But … (1932)
  2. Kota Inoue
  3. pp. 145-171
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  1. Ubi Caritas: Children and Religious Celibates
  2. Hailey Haffey
  3. pp. 172-203
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  1. The Outlaw-Knight: Law's Violence in The Faerie Queene, The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance, and The Dark Knight Rises
  2. Cynthia Nazarian
  3. pp. 204-233
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  1. Edward W. Said and Joseph Boone's The Homoerotics of Orientalism
  2. Joseph Massad
  3. pp. 237-261
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  1. In The Conjuncture
  2. pp. 263-265
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  1. Caliban After Communism: Thoughts on the Future of Cuba
  2. John Beverley
  3. pp. 267-277
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  1. Reflections on Revolution and Socialism in Our Times
  2. Rebecca E. Karl
  3. pp. 278-292
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  1. The Ambiguous Debt of Counterrevolution to Revolution: Reply to a Vigilant Melancholic
  2. Soumyabrata Choudhury
  3. pp. 293-319
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  1. Fidel and The Tricontinental Imagination
  2. Aditya Nigam
  3. pp. 320-323
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  1. Un Homenaje a Fidel (An Homage to Fidel)
  2. August Nimtz
  3. pp. 324-332
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  1. Crowds and Power
  2. Jodi Dean
  3. pp. 335-342
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  1. Analysis Terminable and Postponed
  2. Christopher Lane
  3. pp. 343-351
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  1. Books Received
  2. pp. 352-357
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