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After Tomorrow the Days Disappear
Cinema of Confinement
Emotion in the Tudor Court
Gaelic Scotland in the Colonial Imagination
George Eliot's Religious Imagination
Kafka and Wittgenstein
Kierkegaard as Psychologist
Kierkegaard, Literature, and the Arts
Montaigne and the Origins of Modern Philosophy
Muslims in Kenyan Politics
Perception in Aristotle’s Ethics
The Art of Distances
The Fabulous Future?
The Middle Included
The Novel Map
The Philosophical Structure of Historical Explanation
The Planetary Turn
The Unfinished Art of Theater
Theaters of Citizenship
Third-Generation Holocaust Representation
Time and the Shared World
Tropes of Transport