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Wayne Lawrence: Zuccotti Park Portraits; Didier Fassin Explores Asylum Sixty Years after the Geneva Convention on Refugees; Special Section on Global Cities; Interviews with Tom Laqueur and Partha Chatterjee; and more...
Nicholas Mirzoeff: Why I Occupy; Philipp Scholz Ritterman Reveals New Vistas Along the Emperor's River; Special Section on Space, Media, and the World of Things; Interviews with Ann Stoler and Timothy Mitchell; and more...
Jane Burbank and Frederick Cooper Chart the Trajectories of Empires; Claire Beckett Captures the Staging of Iraq in California; Cotten Seiler Maps the Intersection of Automobility and Liberalism in China; Interviews with Troy Duster and Howard S. Becker; and more...
Craig Calhoun Probes the Qaddafis' Use of Social Science for PR; Fred Turner Revisits The Family of Man; Interviews with Mary Poovey and Ian Hacking; Guest Editor Ananya Roy Presents a Dossier on Poverty Markets; and more...
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