“There was something about the resilience of an organization like this. We are the longest-running feminist publishing house in the world.”
Jeffrey J. Williams
Jeffrey J. Williams is a professor of literary and cultural studies at Carnegie Mellon University. For fall 2019, he was a Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the Advanced Research Collaborative at the CUNY Graduate Center.
Public Thinker: Nancy K. Miller on Feminist Lives
“Although I was reluctant to generalize about women’s friendship, I was also thinking about a model that would counter the male model of friendship.”
Public Thinker: Ian Bogost on Games, Doorknobs, and General Readers
Particularly with the advent of the handheld device, digital games now seem a ubiquitous part of our culture ...
The Ruse of Fiction: An Interview with Amitava Kumar
Amitava Kumar’s recent novel, Immigrant, Montana, tells the story of Kailash, an Indian graduate student who ...
The New Working Class
Tamara Draut is a policy expert and social critic based at Demos, a progressive think tank. Her latest book, Sleeping Giant: How the New Working Class Will Transform America, calls attention to the ...