CONTENTS:- 1. Biological Warfare in History 2. Alphaviruses and Terrorism 3. Other Hazardous Material Used by Terrorists 4. Establishment of Decontamination Zones 5. Toxicology and Terrorism 6. Terrorism Causing Deadly Diseases 7. Biological Wars and their Effects
The aim of this book is to set an agenda for critical inquiry, both the intellectual practice and the journal for which it is named, in the coming century. We want our diverse and multitalented editorial board to spend two days brainstorming about the possible, probable, and desirable futures of criticism and theory in the human sciences. What are the crucial topics, themes, and issues that will demand special attention and "special issues" of a wide-ranging interdisciplinary journal in the coning decade and beyond? How will technology change the transmission and production of knowledge? What will be the fate of the humanities, of literature, the arts, and philosophy, in what is widely heralded as a posthuman age? How will the very notions of criticism and critique change in the epoch and in the current state of perpetual crisis and emergency? What will be the relation of the coming criticism to politics and public life?