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  1. Introduction: Death of a Discipline and the Imperatives of Comparatism
  2. Nergis Ertürk
  3. pp. 195-203
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  1. To My Questioners: Alphabetically Listed by Last Name
  2. Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, Emily Apter, Pheng Cheah, Brent Hayes Edwards, David Golumbia
  3. pp. 204-233
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  1. Other Knows Best
  2. Ben Conisbee Baer
  3. pp. 234-243
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  1. The Need for a Black Planetarity
  2. Richard Purcell
  3. pp. 244-252
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  1. Singular Unverifiability
  2. Gavin Walker
  3. pp. 253-262
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  1. Spivak's Death of a Discipline: An Anthropologist Tries to Respond
  2. Rosalind C. Morris
  3. pp. 263-273
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  1. Death of a Discipline and the Task of Worlding
  2. Anirban Bhattacharjee
  3. pp. 274-281
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  1. The Most Mexican of Us All: Yiddish Modernism and the Racial Politics of National Belonging
  2. Rachelle Grossman
  3. pp. 282-311
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  1. Place-Based Translingualism, Identity, and the Contemporary World Literary Space: Jhumpa Lahiri's Turn to Italian
  2. Gabriele Lazzari
  3. pp. 312-335
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  1. Melancholy as Landscape: Benjamin, Pamuk, Sebald, Süreya
  2. Josh Alvizu
  3. pp. 336-373
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  1. Toward Weaving/Reading Hemispheric Land And Literature
  2. Laurel Sturgis O'Coyne
  3. pp. 374-396
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  1. Eurasia Without Borders: The Dream of a Leftist Literary Commons, 1919–1943 by Katerina Clark (review)
  2. Ali Behdad
  3. pp. 397-401
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  1. Stranger Fictions: A History of the Novel in Arabic Translation by Rebecca C. Johnson (review)
  2. Hannah Scott Deuchar
  3. pp. 401-404
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  1. DisOrientations: German-Turkish Cultural Contact in Translation, 1811–1946 by Kristin Dickinson (review)
  2. Duncan Gullick Lien
  3. pp. 404-408
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  1. Old Schools: Modernism, Education, and the Critique of Progress by Ramsey McGlazer (review)
  2. Maria Truglio
  3. pp. 408-411
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  1. Subterranean Fanon: An Underground Theory of Radical Change by Gavin Arnall (review)
  2. Sara-Maria Sorentino
  3. pp. 411-415
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  1. The Nigrescent Beyond: Mexico, the United States, and the Psychic Vanishing of Blackness by Ricardo A. Wilson II (review)
  2. Theodore W. Cohen
  3. pp. 415-418
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  1. Fellow Travelers: How Road Stories Shaped the Idea of the Americas by John Ochoa (review)
  2. Antonio Barrenechea
  3. pp. 418-421
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