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Who's afraid of Marcel Proust? the failure of general education in the American university / John Guillory -- Demography and curriculum : the humanities in American higher education from the 1950s through the 1980s / Roger L. Geiger -- The scholar and the world : academic humanists and general readers / Joan Shelley Rubin -- The ambivalent virtues of mendacity : how Europeans taught (some of us) to learn to love the lies of politics / Martin Jay -- The place of value in a culture of facts : truth and historicism / James T. Kloppenberg -- Philosophy and inclusion in the United States, 1929-2001 / Bruce Kuklick -- Catholics, catholicism, and the humanities, 1945-1985 / John T. McGreevy -- The Black scholar, the humanities, and the politics of racial knowledge since 1945 / Jonathan Scott Holloway -- Women in the humanities : taking their place / Rosalind Rosenberg -- American studies and the expansion of the humanities / Leila Zenderland -- The ironies of the iron curtain : the cold war and the rise of Russian studies / David C. Engerman -- What is Japan to us? / Andrew E. Barshay -- Havana and Macondo : the humanities side of U.S Latin American studies, 1940-2000 / Rolena Adorno.
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