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The New Salmagundi Reader by Robert Boyers
Salmagundi by Robert Boyers
Salmagundi (Fiction and Fiction-making, Summer-Fall 2007) by Robert Boyers
Salmagundi : a quarterly of the humanities & social sciences Vol. 1 No. 2
Salmagundi Fall 1993
Salmagundi Quarterly for the Humanities 25th Anniversary Issue Fall 1990 - Winter 1991 by Steiner Nadime Gordiner, George
The Salmagundi reader by Peggy Boyers
Salmagundi: Spring 1982 by Various
Laing and anti-psychiatry; (Salmagundi specials) by Robert Boyers16
Salmagundi nr. 40 winter 1978 (Gershom Scholem : Towards a mastermyth, by Henry Pachter) by Robert Boyers40
Salmagundi (Vermeer, no. 44-45/spring summer 1979) by Robert Boyers44/45
A Quarterly of the Humanities & Social Sciences Published by Skidmore College. #54, Fall 1981. soft cover. by Salmagundi54
Salmagundi No 54, Fall 1981 by Robert Boyers54
Homosexuality: Sacrilege, Vision, Politics by Robert Boyers58/59
Salmagundi: Nadine Gordimer: Politics and the Order of Art by Salmagundi62
Salmagundi, No. 73 ; Milan Kundera: Fictive Lightness, Fictive Weight by Robert Boyers73
SALMAGUNDI: Winter 1987, No. 73; Milan Kundera: Fictive Lightness, Fictive Weight by Robert et al. eds.; Milan Kundera Boyers73
SALMAGUNDI (SPRING-SUMMER 1987, NO. 74-75) by Skidmore College74/75
Salmagundi Remembering the Spanish Civil War by Robert Boyers76/77
Salmagundi, No. 85-86, Winter-Spring 199085/86
Salmagundi No. 87: The Poetry of Ben Belitt, an Anthology of Poems and readings by Robert Boyers87
Salmagundi: No. 88-89 [25th Anniversary Issue] by Robert Boyers88/89
Salmagundi: The Passion of Michel Foucault (No. 97, Winter 1993) by Robert Boyers97
Salmagundi, No. 98-99, Spring-Summer 199398/99
Salmagundi, 100th Issue, Fall 1993 by Editor Peggy Boyers100
Salmagundi numbers 101-102 Winter Spring 1994 by Robert Boyers101/102
Salmagundi: Race & Racism (A Quarterly of the Humanities and Social Sciences, No. 104-105, Fall 1994 -Winter 1995) by Robert Boyers104/105
Salmagundi 111 by Robert Boyers111
Salmagundi (No. 113, Winter 1997) by Robert Boyers113
Salmagundi, Summer 1999, Number 123123
Salmagundi Fall 2001 #132 by Editor: Skidmore College132
Fourteen Poets Remember Robert Lowell (Winter - Spring 2004 Nos. 141-142) by Salmagundi141-142
Salmagundi (146/147) by ed. Robert Boyers146/147
Salmagundi (148/149) by ed. Robert Boyers148/149
Salmagundi : a quarterly of the humanities & social sciences, No. 157 by Robert Boyers157

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