It’s hard to speak ill of a book that targets fascism. And in theory it is even harder to be critical of a book that aims to explain ...On December 20, 2018 / By Peter Ludlow
On Carolyn Steedman’s Dust: The Archive and Cultural History I should observe, in opening, that Carolyn Steedman’s Dust: The Archive and Cultural History (2001) possesses the unique capacity ...On September 17, 2018 / By Lisa Fluet
Jason Barker, Marx Returns (Winchester, UK and Washington, US: Zero Books, 2018) “Do you not exist? Do you feel like a machine? Does your life count for a ...On September 17, 2018 / By Rafael Khachaturian
Romances, maudlin dramas, shallow homilies, which trifle with so-called (though falsely so) noble sentiments, but in fact make the heart enervated, insensitive to the stern precepts of duty, ...On May 28, 2018 / By Sean McCann
By BEN LIBMAN The “First Date” episode of Netflix’s hit series Master of None depicts a uniquely Millennial phenomenon: app-based dating. The episode follows lead character Dev Shah, ...On August 28, 2017 / By Editor
By MICHAEL RUBENSTEIN Review of Ingrid Burrington, Networks of New York: An Illustrated Field Guide to Urban Internet Infrastructure. Brooklyn: Melville House, 2016. When in 2006 the Republican ...On November 25, 2016 / By Editor
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