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Researching our response to horrors — why it matters now
A psychotherapist and writer on social movements traces the emotional legacy of authoritarian rule. By Chellis Glendinning.
Drink from the Fountain of 'Difficult' Poetry
An enhanced understanding of language sometimes comes from busting it apart. 'Dreich', a poem by Louise Bak.
The challenge of difference, 2017 version
On the return of totalitarianism’s curse . . . the sudden Orwell boom . . . and narratives that make so called “others” superfluous. By Henry A. Giroux.
Big River & Big Road of American Music
How a river and a two-lane blacktop from Minnesota to Louisiana became inseparable in the minds of some great music makers. Review by James Cullingham.
At the threshold of the next great period of human history . . .
Uh, the fusing of physical, digital and biological worlds and how that impacts on all disciplines, economies and industries . . . that's all. By Klaus Schwab.
Lessons in the art of Music in Landscape
A composer and filmmaker compare methods of making site specific musical compositions in and with Nature. By Russell Craig Richardson & Dean Rosenthal.
Reflections on the (wild) culture of aging. OF A CERTAIN AGE, a new series by Maere Sage.
Serenading Mr. Many-legs
Legends of schoolgirls tempting them through song? A new book transforms the way we think about arachnids. By Eleanor Morgan.
Joy and Business in the Art Game
A remarkable promoter of artists on the fertile margins tells her story. By Whitney Smith.
Militarily, Industrially, Uh, Morally Complex
Despite Adam Smith's promotion of free markets, one thing he never trusted was a group of businessman in a room together. HENRY A. GIROUX on what happens when the war culture guys go for control.
Silvered Winter: Great Hill, New York City
A landscape is never more quietly intimate with us than in the light-spell of winter fog. By Whitney Smith.
A Remarkable & Uncompromising Man: Sorting Light & Dark
Fidel Castro (1926-2016). By Margaret Randall, with an introduction by Chellis Glendinning.
On the Authoritarian Politics of Resentment
Acclaimed educator and author of the book, America at War with Itself, speaks to the recent quake in US politics. By Henry A. Giroux.
Official journal of the Society for the Preservation of Wild Culture