LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
The "enrollment managers" take over/the self-citation problem is solved/the Dutch plagiarist / The Pentagon's morality play, and more
The Enwhitenment/Who're you calling hysteric?/Philosophy on the fly, and more
Does Man Eat Man
In 1979 the anthropologist William Arens published a book arguing that there were no credible reports of cannibalism in all of the age-old literature on the subject. Today, many of his colleagues are busily scouring New Guinea jungles and poking through prehistoric caves in an effort to prove him wrong.
BY LAWRENCE OSBORNE
Long before Hollywood adopted Larry Flynt, a group of academic feminists began embracing pornography. And to the dismay of MacKinnonites everywhere, their numbers are growing. But is it possible to defend porn both for its subversive edge and for it's All-American spirit?
BY M.G. LORD
Can homo economicus survive in the laboratory? The Dr. Frankensteins of experimental economics are trying to find out
BY RICK PERLSTEIN
Nearly two decades after the fall of Pol Pot, the field of Cambodian studies remains divided by the tangled politics of the Cold War. When Yale University and the State Department launched the Cambodian Genocide Program, they discovered just how deep those divisions are.
BY EYAL PRESS
FACULTY: Faculty: Who got hired where: junior hirings by discipline and graduate training, Political Science through Spanish/Portuguese Languages & Literatures.