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Editor-in-Chief: Editor Name, Editor Institution
Editors: Editor Name, Editor Institution
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disClosure is an annual thematic publication dedicated to investigating and stimulating interest in new directions in contemporary social theory. The Spring 2016 journal explores concepts around the theme of Transnational Lives, drawing on the work of a variety of scholars, artists, and acclaimed members of academia from a social theoretical perspective. The journal includes a variety of media including scholarly essays, poetry, and visual art. The call for papers for the 2017 issue, "Justice" will be available in the fall.

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disClosure: A Journal of Social Theory - Volume 25, Transnational Lives

Current Volume: Volume 25 (2016) Volume 25: Transnational Lives

Full Issue

Articles

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Editor's Preface & Acknowledgments
Ashley Ruderman and Catherine D. Gooch

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Making A New Forest
Lina Tharsing

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A Conversation with Mahmood Mamdani
Catherine D. Gooch and Ashley Ruderman

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Cosmopolitanism, Migration, and Transnationalism: An Interview with Nina Glick Schiller
Lauren Copeland, Agata Grzelczak, and Pathmanesan Sanmugeswaran

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Meaning in Metaphor: An Interview with Otto Santa Ana
Sheryl Felecia Means, Anna Stone, and Jonathan Tinnin

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Translocational Social Theory After “Community”: An Interview with Floya Anthias
Matt Bryant Cheney, Lucía M. Montás, and James William Lincoln

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Transnationalism, Xicanosmosis, and the U.S.-Mexico Border: An Interview with William Nericcio
Yorki J. Encalada Egusquiza, Catherine D. Gooch, and Joshua D. Martin