Postone is in the category of people I should have read, and would like to read. Axé.
I was going to make note of, and then donate my issue of the January, 2019 PMLA but I think I will keep it, for now. I often do not even read PMLA, it seems boring, but then once in a while it has things of interest. Here, there’s an article on Fanon’s radio; one … More Cultures of reading
* Contact J.H. on speaker – pick things up from the office before leaving – sign payroll upon return, and visit the library – visit REI and the ASUC store in August – see R.W. June 12 * I will write and submit the abstract here, and so should you. (The conference starts on a … More For Friday, [June 21] June 28
Here is one of the poets I discovered. Axé.
My student wrote an essay on Bodas de sangre as anti-tragedy and it was great. I then discovered there is a book by George Steiner on this matter and another very interesting one by Ekbert Faas. I never thought I was interested in theatre as a genre but I think that many of the decisions … More On tragedy
“Jefferson’s universalistic vision of human rights challenged the Anglo-American principle that freedoms flowed from a specific group’s identity (Britons never will be slaves). Jefferson did not believe that Americans were free because they were Americans or Protestant Christians. He could not credibly claim that the values he promoted were truly universal unless he showed that … More A 2009 article on the Turk