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Internet and New Media
Cultural Criticism and Analysis
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Where Is the New Cyberfeminism?
Virtual reality remains stuck in age-old ideas about women and their bodies.
June 24, 2016
The Depressing Truth About How Sexism Changes Us
, Jessica Valenti asks “Who would I be if I didn’t live in a world that hated women?”
June 20, 2016
LeBron James Wins His Own Rumble in the Jungle
Muhammad Ali staked his claim to the title of the Greatest when he beat George Foreman at the Rumble in the Jungle. LeBron James just gave us the sequel.
June 20, 2016
USPS vs. Congress
If ever there was a time to make a case for the Postal Service’s necessity in American civic, political, and cultural life, it may have already passed.
June 10, 2016
Muhammad Ali’s Funeral Was His Last Act of Resistance
The powerful gather in Louisville to pay their respects to someone they tried to destroy, but couldn’t.
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June 7, 2016
Chuffah Degree Zero
Why has trivial conversation become essential in contemporary cinema?
May 19, 2016
What Was She Wearing?
’s photographs remind us: When its survivors are condemned, rape is condoned.
May 18, 2016
The Annie Dillard Show
In felicitous language, she enables us to see the world afresh. But there is always a distance, a sense of performance.
May 16, 2016
A Blues for Albert Murray
His name was never household familiar. Yet his complex, mind-opening analysis of art and life remains as timely as ever—probably more so.
Thomas Chatterton Williams
May 12, 2016
Let’s Not Forget Socialism in the Resurrection of Socialist Art
William Gropper’s art offers a lasting lesson in how useful pencils and paintbrushes can be in the fight against the exploitation of the many for the profit of the few.