by Michael Schapira

Jack Ruby and the Origins of the Avant-Garde in Dallas – Robert Trammell

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Dallas in particular, makes weirdos, the truth of whose identities are more fruitfully explored at a bar stool than in a congressional commission.  

Reinhold Martin

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I’ve tried to think about the university as something to be protected and looked after, and for that very reason, also as the object of our most unrelenting critique.

Yelena Moskovich

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I love stories where people go to hell, and obviously this novel is my contribution to that literature.

Andrea Muehlebach

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You have to look beyond the monster itself in order to understand what it actually means.

Matthew Hongoltz-Hetling

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On some level, Vermont remains the arugula-chomping hippie at the farmers’ market, while New Hampshire is still a guy asserting his right to mow the lawn while naked.

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.

20 4 420: Irie Edition

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The following playlist is humbly submitted for your listening pleasure from Full Stop, your full service literary journal.

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.