By guest contributor Audrey Borowski In his L’Oraison funèbre en l’honneur des citoyens tombés of August 10, 1792, the French writer
by guest contributor Audrey Borowski In his novel The Year 2440 published in 1770, the French homme de lettres Louis-Sebastien
By guest contributor Jacob Romanow When people call a book “melodramatic,” they usually mean it as an insult. Melodrama is
by Eric Brandom Le congrès des ecrivains et artistes noirs took place in late September 1956, in Paris. Among the speakers was
by guest contributors Senjuti Jash and Shuvatri Dasgupta In South Asian historiography myths, local legends, chronicles, and folklores function as
by guest contributor Michael C. Behrent Few living thinkers have been as prolific as the dead Michel Foucault. In the
by guest contributor William Stewart Consider the oeuvre of the German filmmaker, writer, theorist, and general aesthete Alexander Kluge (b.