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Submissions from 2016

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"Crashing America's back gate": Illegal Europeans, policing, and welfare in industrial Detroit, 1921-1939, Ashley Johnson Bavery

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Autonomy, values, and food choice, Jill M. Dieterle

Relational solidarity and climate change in Western nations, Michael D. Doan

State and nation-building in Pakistan: Beyond Islam and security, Roger D. Long, Yunas Samad, Gurharpal Singh, and Ian Talbot

Submissions from 2015

The philosophical challenge from China, Brian J. Bruya

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The tacit rejection of multiculturalism in American philosophy Ph.D. programs: The case of Chinese philosophy, Brian J. Bruya

Food, film and gender, Margaret Crouch

Just food: Philosophy, justice and food, Jill M. Dieterle

Acting in the dark, together, Michael D. Doan

Collective inaction and epistemic friction, Michael D. Doan

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Climate modeling: Comments on coincidence, conspiracy, and climate change denial, Michael Goldsby and W. John Koolage

Immigration policy as a matter of structural justice, Peter W. Higgins

The ethics of immigration and the justice of immigration policies, Peter W. Higgins

Three hypotheses for explaining the so-called oppression of men, Peter W. Higgins

Elusive alliance: The German occupation of Poland in World War I, Jesse Kauffman

The colonial u-turn: Why Poland is not Germany’s India, Jesse Kauffman

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Miraculous consilience? Constraints on formulations of the no miracles argument, W. John Koolage

Performing faculty stories: How to craft and use story as a teaching and learning tool, W. John Koolage, Jessica Alexander, and Jeannette Kindred

A history of Pakistan, Roger D. Long

Relationship violence: How philosophical counseling can help, Kate Mehuron

The depathologization of everyday life: Implications for philosophical counseling, Kate Mehuron

Nationalism and imperialism in South and Southeast Asia: Essays presented to Damodar R. SarDesai, D. R. SarDesai, Arnold P. Kaminsky, and Roger D. Long

Global capitalism and South American workers in Japan, Tomoyuki Sasaki

Japan’s postwar military and civil society: Contesting a better life, Tomoyuki Sasaki

Japan’s radical postwar turnaround, Tomoyuki Sasaki