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    3. Susan Buck-Morss

      Beautiful tribute. It captures Marshall’s spirit by testifying to its very material effects. thanks for this.

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    5. Arthur Lettau

      Hello,

      I am trying to track down a copy of the catalogue for the exhibition ‘After History: Alenandre Kojeve as Photographer,’ which I believe is currently being shown CUNY Graduate Centre James Gallery. Could you please let me know if there are any catalogues available, and if it is possible to purchase one over the internet from you? Please see below for a link to the exhibition webpage.
      http://globalization.gc.cuny.edu/events/april-10-2013-after-history-alexandre-kojeve-as-photographer-with-boris-groys/

      Thank you

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