Responses to Joan Scott’s “The New University: Beyond Political Correctness,” responses to Randall Forsberg’s “Defense Cuts and Cooperative Security in the Post-Cold War World,” a conversation with Lama Abu-Odeh, Yochai Benkler, and Duncan Kennedy on post-nationalism in the Middle East, and the final set of essays in the “Terminal Reading” series by Susan Suleiman, Barbara Ehrenreich, and Roger Shattuck. Also: Martha Nussbaum reviews Andrea Dworkin’s Mercy, Rebecca Nemser on Camille Paglia, and Edward Greer reviews Jonathon Kozol. Plus fiction, poetry, and brief reviews.
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