Marianne Janack
The 12th issue of Book XI: A Journal of Literary Philosophy was recently published. All of the pieces were written by people who were asked to contribute to the journal by editor-in-chief Marianne Janack, the John Stewart Kennedy Professor of Philosophy. 

The issue included invited pieces by John Rufo '16, Gabi de Mendonça Gomes '24, Liz Ulin, Rebecca McClanahan, and Carrie Jenkins The pieces take up a variety of topics: death, seeing differently, gods, and the unpredictable.

The journal is supported by The Endeavor Foundation and the Levitt Center for Public Affairs.  

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