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Fordham Featured Titles
In Your Eyes I See My Words
Homilies and Speeches from Buenos Aires, Volume 3: 2009-2013
27 October 2020
Fordham Featured Series
Thinking from Elsewhere
Series editors: Clara Han, Bhrigupati Singh & Andrew Brandel
Thinking from Elsewhere publishes books animated by three touchstones at the heart of the anthropological endeavor: first, a conceptual labor that struggles with and occasionally displaces habitual categories of thought; second, an ethnographic labor animated by a desire to be attentive to life in its singularities; and third, a sustained engagement with other forms of knowledge, without a stable agreement on where knowledge might be found.
Fordham Series in Medieval Studies
Series editors: Mary Erler & Franklin Harkins
The Fordham Series in Medieval Studies publishes innovative studies utilizing interdisciplinary methods, especially cross-cultural studies. The series offerings include original studies, translations, multiauthor volumes, and source materials on late antique and medieval culture.
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