Salmagundi No. 150-151 / Spring-Summer 2006
Table of Contents

Salmagundi cover 150-151Columns       
In Transit by Russell Banks
Guest Column: The Culture of Narcissism Revisited by Rochelle Gurstein
Force Fields: Still Waiting to Hear from Derrida by Martin Jay
Art & Ideas: Self and Structure: The Receptions of Joan Snyder and Robert Smithson by Charles Molesworth

Poems  
     
Declaration by Stephen Sandy

Bardo by Dana Levin
It’s Sunday Morning in Early November by Phillip Schultz
John Constable at Sixty, London, 1837 by Floyd Skloot
The Barrens by Chana Bloch
Three Poems by Reginald Shepherd
Darwin and the Wasp by Harry Humes
Lovely Afternoon by Dick Allen

Essay  
     
In Defense of Benign Neglect by Linda Hall

Fiction       
Franz Kafka—Serious About Your Safety by Sean Singer

Symposium   
   
Jihad. McWorld. Modernity: Public Intellectuals Debate “The Clash of Civilizations”
  • Session One
  • Session Two
  • Session Three
  • Session Four
  • Session Five
  • Session Six
The Clash of Civilizations: An Interview with Tzvetan Todorov
Who Is Responsible? An Interview with Fred Halliday
Heads or Tails: The Clash of Civilizations by Regina Janes

Books In Review       

Secular Islamism by Myles Weber
On Phillip Roth’s The Plot Against America by Ross Posnock
Exileland: On Norman Manea by David Herman
Leaving by the Closet Door: On Bruno Schulz and Henryk Grynberg by Victoria Nelson
Populism as the Present Danger: On John Lukacs by Robert Boyers

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