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Learning to Judge Politics

Professor John Dunn (Interviewed by Professor Lawrence Hamilton)

John Dunn and Lawrence Hamilton

assumption is less widespread now because so much has since happened to show its absurdity. I had thought for some time that it is indeed an absurd presumption. If you know what democracy has been over time and space and you explore why it has spread as it

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Olusegun Steven Samuel and Ademola Kazeem Fayemi

this section, we shall discuss Metz's MR account of moral status. 4 However, it is important to discuss his ubuntu- inspired African ethical construct before examining the viability of his framing of it in the environmental ethical space. Metz traces

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“To take a wyf”

Marriage, Status, and Moral Conduct in “The Merchant’s Tale”

Natalie Hanna

access to the space. Thus, when he finally uses the term “wyf” to directly refer to her, and does so repeatedly, it is to remind her of her role and duty to serve him as his spouse. However, now that Januarie is blind he is also at his weakest point

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Ecaterina Lung

, what was considered the correct model of women’s behavior. 39 Agathias, too, underlines the abnormality of women sharing the same public space with men after the earthquake of 557: “Large numbers of women, and not just the members of the lower classes

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A Fiction of the French Nation

The Émigré Novel, Nostalgia, and National Identity, 1797–1815

Mary Ashburn Miller

’s Eugénie et Mathilde (1811), François-René de Chateaubriand’s Atala (1801), and B. A. Picard’s Le Retour d’un émigré (1803), alongside several others. 5 These novels represent the initial space in which émigrés presented their stories to the nation as

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Maša Mrovlje and Jennet Kirkpatrick

impossibility of separating the bloody moments of revolution from the constitution of the political community as a space of public freedom. Correm's paper thus not only offers innovative readings of the two most prominent twentieth-century theorists thinking the

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Introduction

France’s Great War from the Edge

Susan B. Whitney

others have demonstrated, participation in the French war effort had a series of far-reaching consequences for colonial societies, peoples, and spaces. 13 In Tunisia, the final years of the war and the immediate postwar period saw numerous attacks on

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Migration to the “First Large Suburban Ghetto” in America

Korean Immigrant Merchants in South Central Los Angeles in the 1980s

Chanhaeng Lee

much higher, to the extent that almost half of all African American males became members of the jobless poor. 28 Such multifaceted urban restructuring transformed South Central Los Angeles into a “negative space.” 29 The flight of large chain

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Solicitor Brown and His Boy

Love, Sex, and Scandal in Twentieth-Century Ireland

Averill Earls

Gustav-Wrathall has shown, youth-oriented fitness organizations like An Oige and the YMCA were common sites for same-sex and intergenerational sexual relationships to flourish. 10 Most An Oige hostels had spaces for both boys and girls, which were sex

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Neither Shadow nor Spectre

Populism as the Ideological Embodiment of the Democratic Paradox

Anthony Lawrence Borja

,decontested concepts (i.e. the people and popular sovereignty) are again subjected to contestation. The ambiguity of populist ideology leaves much space for the democratic paradox. In turn, populist ideologues could, with ease, re-raise or even assert distinct and even