By: William Nericcio
She helped pioneer second-wave feminism.
By: Jerrold Freitag
He builds churches of disaster, museums of accidents.
The Cuban writer who was the toast of 1960s-70s Paris.
By: Mark Kingwell
“Yale Scholar Wrote for Pro-Nazi Newspaper”
By: Joshua Glenn
Richard Linklater adapts Philip K. Dick’s A Scanner Darkly.
He urged an endless, playful agonistics of intellectual engagement.
He analyzed the motives of every act, including the act of analysis.
Skepticism, cynicism, irony, and contempt vs. the BIP
Desire seeks the Real but is trapped in the Symbolic order of language and representation.
Theorizing in a style that must be described as cheerful despair.
He tracked the “lines of flight” that ideas can take up against power.
Charming vs. Creepy is the battle of our age.
By: Brian Berger
Rhapsodic, recondite philosopher of music, hope, and Stalin.
By: Ingrid Schorr
To think, to heal, and to write.
By: Tom Nealon
His criticism was easy to parody, infuriating, and brilliant.