Table of contents for Paranoia within reason : a casebook on conspiracy as explanation / George E. Marcus, editor.


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Preface: A Reintroduction to the Series
Introduction to the Volume: The Paranoid Style Now
George E. Marcus
1. Conspiracy Theory's Worlds
Kathleen Stewart
2. Paranoid, Critical, Methodical: Dalí, Koolhaas, and . . .
Jamer Hunt
I. Paranoia within Reason
3. The Extraterritoriality of Imre Lakatos: A Conversation with Janos Radvanyi
John Kadvany
4. Entangled States: Quantum Teleportation and the "Willies"
Michael Fortun
5. The Detection and Attribution of Conspiracies: The Controversy Over Chapter 8
Myanna Lahsen
6. The New Alienists: Healing Shattered Selves at Century's End
Michael F. Brown
7. Due Diligence and the Pursuit of Transparency: The Securities and Exchange Commission, 1996
Kim and Michael Fortun
II. Paranoid Histories
8. The Usual Suspects
Andrea Aureli
9. A Toast to Fear: Ethnographic Flashes and Two Quasi-Aphorisms
Luiz E. Soares
10. The Return of the Repressed: Conversations with Three Russian Entrepreneurs
Bruce Grant
11. Udbomafija and the Rhetoric of Conspiracy
Tatiana Bajuk
III. Paranoid Presents
12. The Judas Kiss of Giulio Andreotti: Italy in Purgatorio
Robin Wagner-Pacifici
13. Tactical Thuggery: National Socialism in the East End of London
Douglas R. Holmes
14. Lone Gunmen: Legacies of the Gulf War, Illness, and Unseen Enemies
Kim Fortun
15. Deus Absconditus: Waco, Conspiracy (Theory), Millennialism, and (the End of) the Twentieth Century
James D. Faubion
16. An American Theme Park: Working and Riding Out Paranoia in the Late Twentieth Century
Scott A. Lukas
Contributors
Index



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: History Miscellanea, Conspiracies, Conspiracies Case studies