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My Year in Reading 2015: Submerged Histories

[Spoilers for The Buried Giant, Boy, Snow, Bird, and My Brilliant Friend ahead] Three of the best books I read this year were novels that dwell on submerged histories of violence. One, Kazuo Ishiguro’s The Buried Giant, unfolds on a … Continue reading

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Vaccination and the Poisoned Commons

In his 2004 article “Why Has Critique Run Out of Steam?” Bruno Latour observes that the tools of critical thinking have fallen into the hands of the enemy. Once it was “us” that debunked facts by pointing to their social … Continue reading

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