March 6, 2017

Arien Mack, Editor 

Table of Contents 

Ebby Abramson

Endangered Scholars Worldwide 

The information in this quarterly print report is current as of January 11, 2017.

Arien Mack

Invisibility or Blindness? On Attention, the Unseen, and the Seen

Both not seeing what is perfectl...

November 30, 2016

Arjun Appadurai, Guest Editor 

Arien Mack, Journal Editor 

The most important thing about failure is that it is not a fact but a human judgment. We are therefore obliged to ask how the judgment is made, who is authorized to make it, who is forced to accept the judgment....

October 1, 2016

Alexandra Délano Alonso and Benjamin Nienass, Guest Coeditors 

Contributors to this special issue explore a "politics of loss" at the border, revealing the political potential of public grief. 

Table of Contents

Ebby Abramson

Endangered Scholars Worldwide 

The information i...

May 1, 2016

Arien Mack, Editor 

Freedom of expression remains under threat in both totalitarian and democratic states. Artists continue to be imprisoned and exiled, and art banned and destroyed. All of this gives evidence of the power of images to unsettle, to speak truth to power,...

December 31, 2015

Arien Mack, Editor 

This issue explores the use of economic power as a political weapon to effect political or policy changes, primarily but not only when the actors are states. More than ever, sanctions are being used as a major weapon in the arsenal available to natio...

October 1, 2015

Arien Mack, Editor 

There is no issue more urgent than climate change, yet government, corporations and the public are reluctant to change. This issue examines the psychological factors, money and politics, and infrastructures that impede change as well as the difficult...

April 1, 2015

Ira Katznelson, Guest Editor 

Arien Mack, Journal Editor

This eightieth anniversary issue of Social Research looks back at the most enduring works published in the journal over the past eight decades and their impact upon the academic world. This look into the past illum...

January 1, 2015

Arien Mack, Editor 

How have conceptions of horror changed over time, particularly since 9/11 or Hiroshima? How does horror figure in political thought, theology, media culture, economics, and art? How have conceptions of horror been used to deter horror, for example by...

October 1, 2014

Arien Mack, Editor 

This issue marks the fiftieth anniversary of the Heuss Professorship at the New School for Social Research. Named for Theodore Heuss, the first president of West Germany after World War II was permanently established in 1975 to foster a union between...

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