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Many articles from the forthcoming December issue (Vol. 23, no. 4) are already online, and these are our most recent issues:
Number 4 / December 2009: Academic Revisionism
Number 3 / September 2009: The Dead, the Dying, and the Not Feeling Too Well: Case Studies in Academic Malady
Number 2 / June 2009
Number 1 / March 2009: Liberal Education and the Family
You may also browse these and all other issues in the Springer website in the box on the left side, “Contemporary Content.” Enjoy!