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Butler, Schiller, and the Value of the Humanities

Ran across this stirring graduation speech given by Judith Butler at McGill University this year. In it she makes a case for the importance of the humanities (something we’ve been talking about quite a lot) in education and in the … Continue reading

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Dialing it up

An interesting article in the New York Time’s the other day that raises some questions about the relationship between commercial success and authorial intent. Ken Davenport is apparently equipping his audience for “Somewhere in Time” with dials to indicate their … Continue reading

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