Silvia Nagy-Zekmi, Karyn Hollis
Part I. Homo Academicus: Making the Case
2. In the Marketplace of Illusion: The Public Intellectual in a Landscape of Mediated Humanness
3. From Rational to Relevant: What Counts as “Public” Knowledge?
J. Scott Andrews
4. From the Organic through the Specific to the Accidental: Cultural Studies and the (Potential) Proliferation of Contemporary Categories of the Academic as Public Intellectual
Handel K. Wright
5. Beyond the Specialist/Generalist Framework: Reflections on Three Decades of the Comparative History of Intellectuals Discourse
Kjetil Ansgar Jakobsen
6. Homo Academicus, Quo Vadis?
7. The Enemy Within?: Intellectuals, Violence, and the “Postmodern Condition”
8. Far Out! Exile, Hipsterism, and the Existential Situation of the African American Public Intellectual
9. Language and Limitations: Toward a New Praxis of Public Intellectualism
Kathryn Comer, Tim Jensen
Part II. Case Studies
10. Should Philosophers Become Public Intellectuals?
Samuel C. Rickless
11. The Ethics of Public Intellectual Work
12. Multilingual Academics in a Global World and the Burden of Responsibility
Lahcen E. Ezzaher
13. International Perspectives on Speaking Truth to Power
D. Ray Heisey, Ehsan Shaghasemi
14. Imagined Community Service: Queering Narratives of Place and Time in Service Learning