Imprints latest issue

by Chris Bertram on August 1, 2005

I’ve just wheeled the latest issue of Imprints (8:3) to the post office and it will shortly be sent out to subscribers. Having just done this, I’ve noticed there’s *a typo on the cover* Crossland for Crosland — aargh!! Still, if you can get past that there’s a great deal of interest inside:

bq. * An interview with Joseph Raz
* Philip Bielby on equality and vulnerability in biomedical research
* Kevin Hickson on revisionism from Crosland to New Labour

and reviews by — cue drumroll — Crooked Timber stalwarts Harry Brighouse and Kieran Healy of, respectively, Anne Alstott’s “No Exit: What Parents Owe Their Children and What Society Owes Parents”: and Eric Klinenberg’s “Heat Wave: A Social Autopsy of Disaster in Chicago”: . Kieran’s long-awaited “review was pre-published here on CT”: .



Matt 08.01.05 at 12:31 pm

When does the new (partial) on-line version come out?


Chris Bertram 08.01.05 at 1:16 pm

Good question. The site is being redesigned at the moment and that process could be completed next week or next month … I’ll get back to you.


nic 08.01.05 at 1:44 pm

Does Harry’s review of No Exit have any relation to the previous CT thread on the topic?


ingrid 08.01.05 at 2:29 pm

Any chance the No Exit book review will be posted here…?

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