What is included with this book?
PART I: Homo Academicus: Making the Case * From Rational to Relevant: What Counts as “Public” Knowledge?--J. Scott Andrews * From the Organic to the Accidental: Cultural Studies and the Proliferation of Contemporary Categories of the Academic as Public Intellectual--Handel K. Wright * Beyond the Specialist/Generalist Framework? Reflections on Three Decades of the Comparative History of Intellectual Discourse--Kjetil Ansgar Jakobsen * Homo Academicus, Quo Vadis?--Jan Servaes * The Enemy Within? Intellectuals and Violence in the “Postmodern Condition”--Matteo Stocchetti * Far Out! : The Existential Situation of the African-American Public Intellectual--Adebe DeRango-Adem * Language and Limitations: Toward a New Praxis of Public Intellectualism--Kathryn Comer and Timothy Jensen * PART II: Case Studies * Should Philosophers Become Public Intellectuals?--Sam Rickless * The Ethics of Public Intellectual Work--David Beard * Antonio Cornejo Polar and the Engagement of Intellectuals--ulises J. Zevallos-Aguilar * International Perspectives on Speaking Truth to Power--D. Ray Heisey * imagined Community Service: The Need for Queer Approaches to Service Learning--Amin Myers * Writing with an Accent--Lahcen Ezzaher