Nebula3.2-3.3, September 2006
It is with the utmost pleasure that I present to you this double issue of Nebula. We have had considerable difficulty in ordering the table of contents below -- because we have thoroughly enjoyed and appreciated each and every contribution.
Theodoros Mitsios, Editor.
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Hatim Mahamid. “Isma‘ili Da‘wa and Politics in Fatimid Egypt.” 1-17
Shaun Randol. “What Verdict Would a Buddhist Juror Render in the Zacarias Moussaoui Case?” 18-24
Ayse Naz Bulamur. “Cry Babies Challenging the Feminist Myths.” 25-45
Steph Ceraso. “Swinging Through Spheres: Jazz, Gender, and Mobility.” 46-54
Guido Monte. “Cosmopolitan multilingualism.” 55-58
Justin Feng. “Messianic Politics.” 59-67
Ahmad M.S. Abu Baker. “Rethinking Identity: The Coloniser in E. M. Forster’s A Passage to India.” 68-85
Sophie Croisy. “Re-imagining Healing after Trauma: Leslie Marmon Silko and Judith Butler Writing against the War of Cultures.” 86-113
Guido Monte. “AHA* n.3: gwyrlen (garland)” 114
Guido Monte. “Journey to the dream two doors … and verses of Petronius.” 115-116
Thomas Aiello. “Mayflower.” 117-124
Debi Withers. “Kate Bush: Performing and Creating Queer Subjectivities on Lionheart.” 125-141
Semra Somersan. “Expostulations Concerning the Unity of the Self: Double Consciousness, Dual Perspective and Why Bother with all that?” 158-178
Reyhan Atasü Topçuoğlu. “Intellectuals: a Story from Enlightenment to the Modern World.” 179-187
’BioDun J. Ogundayo. “Polyphony in Miguel Barnet's Biografía de un cimarrón.” 189-204
Zaid N. Mahir. “In the Light of Scarry’s On Beauty and Being Just: Reading a Post-Modern Iraqi Painting into Perspective.” 205-219
Andrew Ockrim. “Bet you didn’t know your PC could be a Zombie.” 233-239