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Making sense of cultural change in the modern world from UVA’s Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture.
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The Hedgehog Review 11h
Like no other poetry review you’ve ever read. on . Special thanks to who commissioned the piece.
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Charlie Tyson 13h
Himes is having a moment!
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The Hedgehog Review 14h
In our newest issue, writes on the neglected novelist Chester Himes: “It’s no coincidence that Himes finally achieved widespread acclaim at the very moment that America’s postwar consensus shattered.”
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John J. Lennon Nov 15
If you haven't yet, check out the trailer for my podcast produced by , This is a Collect Call from Sing Sing.
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The Hedgehog Review Nov 15
Canadian Hedgehog sighting....thanks !
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The Hedgehog Review Nov 15
The world is now served by multiple linked systems moving food around the globe in a way that could not have been imagined even a generation ago. These systems are far from broken. That’s not to say they are all that they might be.
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The Hedgehog Review Nov 15
The Hedgehog’s Array: The King's Two Bodies, Then and Now. -
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The Hedgehog Review Nov 14
Our friend and contributor thinks about life after Sing Sing.
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bradley babendir Nov 12
say what you will about sonic but he has great taste
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The Hedgehog Review Nov 11
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dan, spooky homophil(e)ologist Nov 11
as those close to me know, i am afflicted with terminal kantorowicz brain poisoning, and this excellent essay from the always phenomenal caters very precisely to my derangement
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Kyle Williams Nov 11
Isaac Ariail Reed has a must read here for all the King's Two Bodies maniacs out there.
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The Hedgehog Review Nov 11
If the bodies, lives, and appetites of presidents have often been a location for the deployment of civil religion and political demonology, the story of American modernity was always about the insufficiency of even the most transcendent presidents:
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The Hedgehog Review Nov 8
Thirty years ago tomorrow, the Berlin Wall came down. We have four panels here .
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Annette Gordon-Reed Nov 8
Bad Movies: A Defense. A thoughtful, wide-ranging, and witty read. The Cinema of Inadvertence, or Why I Like Bad Movies | Eating and Being | Issues | The Hedgehog Review
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Charlie Tyson Nov 7
For the I wrote about Susan Sontag's large-souled aspirations: (now out from paywall)
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The Hedgehog Review Nov 7
The divide between Sontag and “Sontag”—between person and persona, flesh and image, reality and representation—is the main subject of Benjamin Moser’s authoritative and exhilarating biography.
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Cameron McAllister Nov 7
I’m a bit self-conscious about how much I gush about here, but this piece is exceptional, especially if you’re a “bad movie” aficionado:
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John J. Lennon Nov 6
"What most scholars and policymakers can’t do—but I can—is demonstrate how the crime bill has affected life on the inside of the American prison." My latest article for
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The Hedgehog Review Nov 5
“The play can accommodate this point of view, but it’s not really what’s interesting about Heroes of the Fourth Turning, a play that immerses itself in ideological conflict and (quite literal) darkness.” The latest from our senior editor .
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