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Katherine Weikert and Elena Woodacre

, Healers and Midwives: Women in the Medieval Occupation, 1050–1350” (paper presented at the Gender and Medieval Studies Conference, University of Winchester, January 9–11, 2014). Weikert and Woodacre • Gender and Status in the Medieval World 2 Matthew

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Pivots and Levers

Political Rhetoric around Capitalism in Britain from the 1970s to the Present

Neil Foxlee

8 CRISIS 51 CAPITALISM 26 ITS 23 FACE 11 9 SOCIALISM 44 SOCIALISM 26 UNACCEPTABLE 22 BELIEVE 10 10 PRIVATE 40 CARING 26 WORLD 20 SOCIALISM 9 11 CAPITALISM 34 ITS 23 SOCIALISM 19 UNACCEPTABLE 9 12 ENTERPRISE 31 UNDER 22 COMMUNISM 16 AGAINST 9 13

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From Schmitt to Foucault

Inquiring the Relationship between Exception and Democracy

Sara Raimondi

and management on the population used in discourses of modern governmentality ( Maguire et al. 2014 ; Dean 1994 , 1999) . Only as the last in a long series, the outburst of post-9/11 ‘war on terror’ and the establishment of a regime of ‘global civil

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“Clear and Present Danger”

The Legacy of the 1917 Espionage Act in the United States

Petra DeWitt

a two-year prison sentence. Appellate courts upheld the conviction, and the Supreme Court refused to hear the case. 59 Concerns about national security had again trumped First Amendment rights. The security crisis initiated with 9/11 reignited the

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Stefan Nygård, Matti La Mela, and Frank Nullmeier

less clear boundaries and a weaker sense of tradition, in a shifting landscape of modernisms that are pulled and rearranged into different patterns as new material is added to the picture (9-11). The general sensitivity to context and institutional

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Jan Ifversen

obsession. The live video clips are shown over and over again, as in the case of 9/11. Still, this form of oversaturation can be perceived as a way of coming to terms with the unexplainable. Turning an event into a catastrophe is thus to be understood as a

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Mark S. Micale

thinking the 9/11 attacks on New York and Washington, DC, as well as the Bush/Cheney/Rumsfeld “global war on Islamic terrorism” and retaliatory attacks in cities such as Mumbai, Madrid, and London. 20 This latest form of barbarism, he pointed out, has been

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Spencer McKay

decision-making would lead citizens to be more engaged. Dyck and Lascher nicely lay out the causal mechanisms that are believed to explain how popular vote processes increase turnout (9–11). They suggest that popular vote processes are expected to improve

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Filimon Peonidis

, and property; objects [like these] attract a direct personal interest which can sufficiently illuminate the people’s will”’) (Condorcet 1785: xxv). For further discussion, see Peonidis (2013: 9–11 ). 13 I discuss this feature of democratic regimes

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Lest We Forget (Matter)

Posthumanism, Memory, and Exclusion

Matthew Howard

excluded from such frames of recognition, on the other hand. Though Butler conceptualizes grievable life within the frames of US political rhetoric after the 9/11 attacks, the frame of grievability offers an interesting ethic about the meaning of particular