by Michael Schapira

Wendy Kline

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What the feminist health movement really did was change the way that we understand evidence and experience – and actually the knowledge of the body. Individual experience can be as legitimate as scientific knowledge.

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Lars Iyer

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In my current novels, the satyr play is interwoven with the tragedy. Seriousness and fun are intertwined, philosophy, the former queen of the sciences is one with its jester …

Keith Bendis

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Bierce’s cynicism of our institutions, the rich, religion, and common beliefs could have been written yesterday.

Zach Schwartz-Weinstein

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You really need to think strategically about how universities work, how they are trying to invest their capital, and then go after them on those grounds, and use our positionality as contingent academics to our advantage.

Kim Tolley

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I think graduate students deserve the right to organize. So if I can help people understand that it’s not hard to start, I’ll feel very happy with this interview. 

Mark Doten

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I wanted to create a situation that Trump would not be able to actually catch up to in reality.

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In the immortal and ominous words of Prince Buster, “Enjoy Yourself, it’s later than you think.”

Tim Ingold

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For me the great thing about anthropology – and the reason I remain an anthropologist – lies in this freedom that it grants its practitioners to roam intellectually.

Stanley Corngold

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Did Congress know that as a result of Sputnik we were going to have a deconstruction-mad America?