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CRITICAL HISTORICAL STUDIES

Critical Historical Studies (ISSN 2326-4462) is published twice a year in Spring and Fall
by The University of Chicago Press, 1427 E. 60th St., Chicago, IL 60637.

Editors: Moishe Postone, History, University of Chicago
        Andrew   Sartori, History, New York University
        William H. Sewell  Jr., Political Science and History, University of Chicago
Managing  Editor: Stacie Kent     Assistant Managing Editor: Parker Everett

EDITORIAL BOARD


John Abromeit
History, State University
  of New York, Buffalo

Christine Achinger
German  Studies,
University of Warwick

Julia Adams
Sociology, Yale University

Judit Bodnar
Sociology and Social
Anthropology, Central
European  University

Neil Brenner
Graduate School of
Design,  Harvard
University

Jean Comaroff
African and African
American   Studies and
Anthropology,  Harvard
University

John Comaroff
African and African
American   Studies and
Anthropology,  Harvard
University

Michael Dawson
Political Science,
University of Chicago

Thomas  Dodman
History, Boston College

Bernard Dubbeld
Sociology and Social
Anthropology,
  Stellenbosch University

Geoff Eley
History, University of
Michigan


Julia Elyachar
Anthropology, University
  of California, Irvine

Sean Forner
History, Michigan State
University

Nancy Fraser
Philosophy and Politics,
The  New  School for
  Social Research

Deborah  Gould
Sociology, University of
  California, Santa Cruz
Atina Grossmann
History, Cooper Union

Harry Harootunian
Weatherhead  East Asian
Institute, Columbia
University

Greta Krippner
Sociology, University of
Michigan

Ching Kwan   Lee
Sociology, University of
  California, Los Angeles

Claudio Lomnitz
Anthropology, Columbia
University

Viren Murthy
History, University of
Wisconsin,  Madison
Marcello Musto
Sociology, York University
Sherry Ortner
Anthropology, University
  of California, Los Angeles

David Pedersen
Anthropology, University
  of California, San Diego


Devin Pendas
History, Boston College
Kimberly Phillips-Fein
History, New York
University
Olga Sezneva
Sociology, University of
Amsterdam
Andrew  Sloin
History, Baruch College
Margaret Somers
Sociology, University of
Michigan
George Steinmetz
Sociology, University of
Michigan
Christian Uhl
South and East Asian
Languages  and Cultures,
  Ghent University
Naoyuki  Umemori
Political Science, Waseda
University
Hylton White
Anthropology, University
  of the Witwatersrand
Wang  Hui
History and Chinese Stud-
ies, Tsinghua University
Gary Wilder
Anthropology, City
University of New York,
The  Graduate Center
Linda Zerilli
Political Science,
University of Chicago
Zhang Yibing
Philosophy and Religious
  Studies, Nanjing
  University

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