a global intellectual commons

September 20, 2023
Where do thoughts of death lead?
September 19, 2023
Christopher Nolan limns the limits of what cinema can reveal
Fashion, Emotion and Self
Why Are We Afraid of Flounces and Frills?
September 7, 2022
Fashion, Emotion and Self
The Philosophy of Ripped Jeans
Fashion, Emotion and Self
Fashion Sustainability Isn’t the Only Story—In Fact, It may Do More Harm Than Good
July 20, 2022 and
Fashion, Emotion and Self
Masking and Visibility
March 10, 2021
Fashion, Emotion and Self
What We Really Wear
January 29, 2021
Statue of the mighty god of the sea and oceans Neptune (Poseidon) isolated on black background.
Excavating Diverse Masculinities with Manuel Betancourt
Sex & Gender
An Ambitious Woman after the End of Ambition
February 9, 2023
Being a Bad Feminist
January 23, 2023
Sex & Gender
Seeking (and Shaping) Queer Space
July 26, 2022
Sex & Gender
It’s Time for Democrats to Claim the Moral High Ground
June 28, 2022
Can American Liberalism Reinvent Itself?
June 27, 2023
A World in Motion
May 17, 2023
The Little Prince and the Allure of Sadness
January 24, 2023
Film & Performing Arts
Three Thousand Years of Longing—And One Hour and Forty-Eight Minutes of Regret from This Humanities Professor
October 5, 2022
Burning Cities
July 27, 2022
Theory & Practice
Field Notes on “Sentencing the Present”
Theory & Practice
Sentencing the Present: An Archive of a Crisis
Theory & Practice
Sentencing the Present: Part Five
Theory & Practice
Sentencing the Present: Part Four
Theory & Practice
Sentencing the Present: Part Three
Imaginal Politics
The Riot in the Rights
January 19, 2021
Imaginal Politics
“How is it Going with Being?”
May 20, 2020
Imaginal Politics
The New York State Fertility Mandate and Compulsory Heterosexuality
May 4, 2020
Imaginal Politics
We Are Straw Dogs
May 2, 2020
Imaginal Politics
Philosophy, Coloniality and the Politics of Remembrance
February 27, 2020