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The final feature of public intellectual debates we examine is the prevalence of lists, and particularly genealogies, in processes of public intellectual attribution.
Banner-Haley is concerned with two critical issues: (1) the implications of the work of black intellectuals in the Obama age, and (2) the reconsideration of what it means to be a black public intellectual in the twenty-first century.
Although social satire permeates many of Wolfe's texts, one in particular--"I Have a Thing to Tell You," gives voice to what would otherwise have gone unsaid and so illustrates Wolfe's significance as a public intellectual.
For two years, from 2000 to 2002, Khay Jin served as academic adviser to the Nippon Foundation Fellowships for Asian Public Intellectuals, managed by the Institute of Malaysian and International Studies (IKMAS), Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, and he was also adviser to the Southeast Asian Public Intellectuals Fellowship Program.
To my knowledge, there are few, if any, empirical studies examining the relative influence of social work vis-a-vis other professional and disciplinary groups on public intellectual life.
The final seven chapters of the book contain case studies aimed at examining a public intellectual or an aspect of public engagement.
The academic public intellectual has little power" (388, 393).
The purpose of these essays, thankfully, is not to argue whether or not public intellectuals are in decline or to rehash the "who" and "what" of public intellectual status.
Alan Bennett, executive director of the Public Intellectual Property Resources for Agriculture and handbook editor, "It answers the question, 'How can public sector entities best fulfill their mission to bring their innovations to both the world's affluent and disadvantaged alike?
For a portrait of an influential and provocative public intellectual, The Theocons has some curious omissions.
Ever since he exploded on the public intellectual scene with The Content of Our Character (St.
This perception is part of the reason that terms such as "public intellectual" and "academic" are at times used in a mutually exclusive manner: either one is a public intellectual or one is an academic.

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