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Aug 30, 2022

Stephen A. Marglin (Harvard) 

Raising Keynes: A twenty-first-century general theory

Back to the future: a heterodox economist rewrites Keynes’s General Theory of Employment, Interest, and Money to serve as the basis for a macroeconomics for the twenty-first century. John Maynard Keynes’s General Theory of...

Aug 25, 2022

Claudia Melica (Sapienza Università di Roma

The Owl's flight: Hegel's legacy to contemporary philosophy

co-editors: Stefania Achella (Chieti-Pescara), Francesca Iannelli (Roma Tre), Gabriella Baptist (Cagliari), Serena Feloj (Pavia), and Fiorinda Li Vigni (Italian Institute for Philosophic Studies) 

Aug 18, 2022

Nicole Iturriaga (UC Irvine)

Exhuming violent histories: Forensics, memory, and rewriting Spain's past

Many years after the fall of Franco’s regime, Spanish human rights activists have turned to new methods to keep the memory of state terror alive. By excavating mass graves, exhuming remains, and employing...

Aug 17, 2022

Sheryl Luna (poet)

Magnificent errors

Magnificent Errors is a collection of poems that shows how mental health challenges can elicit beauty, resiliency, and hope.

In 2005, Sheryl Luna burst onto the poetry scene with Pity the Drowned Horses, which quickly became a classic of border and Southwest literature with its...

Aug 1, 2022

Terry Pinkard (Georgetown)

Practice, power and forms of life: Sartre's appropriation of Hegel and Marx

Philosopher Terry Pinkard revisits Sartre’s later work, illuminating a pivotal stance in Sartre’s understanding of freedom and communal action. Jean-Paul Sartre’s Critique of Dialectical Reason, released to...