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. 

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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...

July 1, 2013

Arien Mack, Editor 

This issue, following our conference on Giving, is intended as an avenue toward deepening our understanding of why we do give to others and why we should do so; what the roots of altruism are; how we can instill generosity in our young; what the reli...

January 1, 2012

Arien Mack, Editor 

Since becoming a folk term for Americans in the 1950s the category of the "image" has had multiple careers, occasionally in contact with one another and often not. From avatars to reality TV, from maps and photographs to representations of data, from...

January 1, 2009

Arien Mack, Editor

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Endangered Scholars Worldwide

Arien Mack
Editor’s Introduction

The decision to edit an issue on fraud unfortunately reflects the sense of the times we are living in this country. Although it seems highly likely that fraud has always b...

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