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Daedalus : proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences by American Academy of Art....0
Daedalus (Winter 1963): The American Reading Public by Marshall A. Best92.1
Daedalus (Spring 1964): The Woman In America by Stephen R. Graubard93.2
Daedalus (Fall 1964): Contemporary University: U.S.A by American Academy of Art....93.4
Daedalus (Fall 1965): The Negro American, vol. 1 by Stephen R. Graubard94.1
Daedalus (Spring 1965): Utopia by Lewis Mumford94.2
Daedalus (Winter 1966): The Negro American, vol. 2 by Stephen Richards Graubard95.1
Daedalus (Winter 1967): Religion in America by William Gerald McLoughlin96.1
Daedalus (Summer 1967): University cities in the year 2000 by Stephen R. Graubard96.3
Daedalus: Toward the Year 2000 Work in Progress Summer 1967 Vol. 96 No. 3 pp. 639-1001 by Stephen R. Graubard96.3
Daedalus (Fall 1967): America's Changing Environment by Roger Revelle96.4
Daedalus (Winter 1967): Students and politics by Stephen R. Graubard97.1
Daedalus (Spring 1968): Historical Population Studies by Stephen R. Graubard97.2
Daedalus (Summer 1968): Philosophers and Kings by Dankwart A. Rustow97.3
Daedalus (Spring 1969): Ethical Aspects of Experimentation with Human Subjects by Stephen Graubard98.2
Daedalus dialogues (Fall 1969) by Stephen Graubard98.4
Daedalus (Winter 1970): The embattled university by Stephen Graubard99.1
Daedalus (Fall 1971): Twelve to Sixteen: Early Adolescence by Jerome Kagan100.4
Daedalus (Spring 1972): Intellectuals and Tradition by Stephen R. Graubard101.2
Daedalus (Summer 1972): Intellectuals and Change by Stephen R. Graubard101.3
Daedalus (Fall 1973): The No-Growth Society by Stephen R. Graubard102.4
Daedalus: American higher Education: Toward an Uncertain Future Volume 1 Fall 1974 Vol.103 No. 4 pp. 356 by Stephen R. Graubard103.4
Daedalus: American Higher Education: Toward an Uncertain Future Volume II Winter 1975 Vol. 104 No. 1 pp. 355 by Stephen R. Graubard104.1
Daedalus (Summer 1976): Edward Gibbon and the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire by G. W. Bowersock105.3
Daedalus (Winter 1978): A New America by Elizabeth Hardwick107.1
Daedalus (Spring 1978): Limits of scientific inquiry by Gerald Holton107.2
Daedalus (Summer 1978): Rousseau for Our Time by Frank E. Manuel107.3
Daedalus (Winter 1979): Looking for Europe by Stanley Hoffman108.1
Daedalus Old Faiths and New Doubts: The European Predicament Spring 1979 Vol. 108 No. 2 pp. 164 by Stephen R. Graubard108.2
Daedalus (Fall 1983): Human rights by Stephen R. Graubard112.4
Daedalus (Winter 1985): Australia: Terra Incognita? by Stephen R. Graubard114.1
Daedalus (Fall 1985): The Moving Image by Anthony Smith114.4
Daedalus (Winter 1986): The Aging Society by Stephen Graubard115.1
Daedalus (Fall 1986): The Future of Opera by Stephen Richards Graubard115.4
Daedalus (Fall 1987): Learning About Women: Gender, Politics, and Power by Jill Ker Conway116.4
Daedalus (Spring 1989): Living with Aids, Part 1 by Stephen Richards Graubard118.2
Daedalus (Summer 1989): Living with Aids, Part 2 by Stephen R. Graubard118.3
Daedalus (Fall 1989): Another India by Ashis Nandy118.4
Daedalus (Winter 1990): Eastern Europe, Central Europe, Europe by Stephen R. Graubard119.1
Daedalus (Spring 1990): Literacy in America by Stephen R. Graubard119.2
Daedalus (Winter 1991): Arms Control: Thirty Years on by Emanuel Adler120.1
Daedalus (Spring 1991): The Living Tree: The Changing Meaning of Being Chinese Today by Myron L. Cohen120.2
Daedalus (Winter 1992): A New Era in Computation by W. Daniel Hillis121.1
Daedalus (Winter 1994): Germany in Transition by Stephen Graubard123.1
Daedalus (Winter 1996): Social Suffering by Arthur Kleinman125.1
Daedalus (Spring 1996): Managing Innovation by Stephen R. Graubard125.2
Daedalus (Winter 1997): American Academic Culture in Transformation by Thomas Bender126.1
Daedalus (Summer 1997): A New Europe for the Old? by Martin E. Malia126.3
Daedalus (Fall 1997): The American Academic Profession by Arthur Levine126.4
Daedalus (Winter 1998): Science in culture by Peter Galison127.1
Daedalus (Spring 1998): The Brain by Stephen R. Graubard127.2
Daedalus (Winter 1999): Distrinctively American: The Residential Liberal Arts by Alexander W. Astin128.1
Daedalus (Summer 1999): America's Museums by Stephen R. Graubard128.3
Daedalus (Supplement to Vol. 128): Forty Years On by Stephen Richards Graubard128.S
Daedalus (Winter 2000): Multiple Modernities by Stephen R. Graubard129.1
Daedalus (Spring 2000): Brazil: The Burden of the Past; The Promise of the Future by Stephen R. Graubard129.2
Daedalus (Summer 2000): Minnesota: a Different America? by Stephen R. Graubard129.3
Daedalus (Fall 2000): The End of Tolerance: Engaging Cultural Differences by Stephen R. Graubard129.4
Daedalus Why South Africa Matters Winter 2001 Vol. 130 No 1 pp. 296 by Stephen R. Graubard130.1
Daedalus (Spring 2001): Italy: Resilient and Vulnerable: Volume 1: The European Challenge by Stephen R. Graubard130.2
Daedalus (Summer 2001): Italy: Resilient and Vulnerable: Volume 2: Politics and Society by Giovanni Agnelli130.3
Daedalus (Fall 2001): Religion and ecology: can the climate change? by Mary Evelyn Tucker130.4
Daedalus (Winter 2002): On Inequality by James Miller131.1
Daedalus (Winter 2004): On Learning by James Miller133.1
Daedalus, (Spring 2004): On Happiness by James Miller133.2
Daedalus (Summer 2004): On Progress by James Miller133.3
Daedalus (Fall 2004): On Human Nature by James Miller133.4
Daedalus (Winter 2005): On Race by James Miller134.1
Daedalus (Spring 2005): On Imperialism by James Miller134.2
Daedalus, (Summer 2005): On Professions & Professionals by James Miller134.3
Daedalus (Fall 2005): 50 Years by James Miller134.4
Daedalus (Winter 2008): On life by James Miller137.1
Daedalus (Summer 2008): On Cosmopolitanism by James Miller137.3
Daedalus: on Being Human (Summer 2009)138.3
Daedalus (Fall 2009): The Global nuclear future, volume 1 by Steven E. Miller138.4
Daedalus (Winter 2010): The Global nuclear future, volume 2 by Pierre Goldschmidt139.1
Daedalus: Protecting the Internet as a Public Commons [Journal of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences] Vol. 140, No. 4 (Fall 2011) by Various140.4

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