Contents of the print issue, available at smarter bookstores.
Volume 10, No. 2 - March 2000
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Kinder, gentler censorship?/New wampum/The melancholy dean, and more.
The debt owed to credit/Stretch history/Harlem Renaissance fiction, and more
INSIDE THE LOVE LAB
From fifteen minutes of videotape, John Gottman can predict whether you and your spouse will still be married six years from now. Would you like to buy his advice?
by Emily Nussbaum
David Bordwell has been part of the film-studies establishment for nearly three decades. Now he's blowing the whistle on the field's theoretical excesses.
by Alissa Quart
MURDER BY THE BOOK
Did two teaching assistants in Rome commit a crime inspired by Nietzsche? Did a Lacan scholar hide them behind a wall of silence? It's the O.J. Simpson trial of Italy.
by Rachel Donadio
THE SPY WHO LOVED HEGEL
He brought Hegel to Paris. He invented the end of history. He laid the groundwork for global capitalism. And now the French say Alexandre Kojève spied for the Soviets.
by Matthew Price
Jim Holt on the eponym myth.
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