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.
by contributing editor Brooke Palmieri There are all kinds of ways in which a book’s form can intensify its content,
by John Raimo Thomas Mann received a curious letter on December 25, 1936. The Nobel Prize-winning author had entered into