“I think it was important, a way of restoring their humanity, to give them back their names.”
Michael Blanding’s new book goes beyond what “scholars have previously realized.” “At the very least it should be explored.”
Robinson also passionately advocates direct democracy and popular participation in small scale, but he is oddly reserved about capitalism, which underlies climate change and prevents action to abate it.
Slavoj Zizek and how the pandemic has undermined “the coordinates of our basic access to reality.”
Virtual event this weekend.
Our interview with Avi Loeb, author of “Extraterrestrial: The First Sign of Intelligent Life Beyond Earth."
“Then this thing happened. I decided to pivot. It was probably my best shot at attracting some national attention to Nebraska.”
A straightforward telling of one health worker’s story and her dedication to public health.
“According to descriptions of that life, frugal laundrymen saved money by sleeping and cooking meals of white rice in their tiny shops, only occasionally allowing themselves vegetables and meat.”
"Taylor developed and maintained relationships with musicians that lasted a lifetime."