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Volume 89, #3
ARTICLES BY Colleen Cohen, Piergiorgio Di Giminiani,
EuyRyung Jun, Giulia Liberatore, Guillermo Salas Carreño,
Chris K. K. Tan, and Maurizio Albahari
Volume 89, #3 • Summer 2016
BOOK REVIEW ESSAY:
On the Relatively Recent Rise of Human Dignity
Jeffrey Flynn, Fordham University
EXERPT—Dignity, or at least the word, is everywhere today. Consider two noteworthy appearances in 2015: on June 13, Médicins Sans Frontières (MSF) launched the Dignity I, a boat that would contribute to their search and rescue operations in the Mediterranean Sea (MSF 2015). Two weeks later, on June 27, The New York Times headline read, quoting Justice Anthony Kennedy’s majority opinion in Obergefell v. Hodges,“‘Equal Dignity,’ 5–4 Ruling Makes Same-Sex Marriage a Right Nationwide” (New York Times 2015).
NEW RELEASE BOOK REVIEWS:
Kathryn Collins Hardy, Washington University in St. Louis
on Constantine V. Nakassis’s Doing Style: Youth and Mass Mediation in
Juliane Müller, Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich
on Adrian H. Hearn’s Diaspora and Trust: Cuba, Mexico, and the Rise of China
Katharine Richards, University of Connecticut
on Onur Bakiner’s Truth Commissions: Memory, Power, and Legitimacy
Andrea S. Wiley, Indiana University, Bloomington
on Harris Solomon’s Metabolic Living: Food, Fat, and the Absorption
of Illness in India