Tag: Liberal Arts

How to fix the Conde Nast business model

Grant , April 11th, 2019


Peter Kafka has a great piece on Conde Nast, specifically how this once dominant publishing enterprise now struggles and what this means for incoming editor Roger Lynch. “The magazine industry…


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Farmers & Foodies of the Future (FFF)

Jason Antrosio , August 1st, 2018


Update August 2018: This guest post by Robert Seguin on “Farmers and Foodies of the Future” was originally written in August 2015. Three years on, a post by…


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Ambivalent Spaces in the (Neo)Liberal Arts

Alexandra Frankel , July 16th, 2018


How do we respond to the pressure to become responsibilized faculty members in today’s market-driven college context? What is the future of anthropology at liberal arts colleges in…


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What you can REALLY do with an anthropology degree

Rex , September 9th, 2017


The Brooking Institute’s Hamilton Project (because after Hamilton everything has to be named after Hamilton) has a new website examining the relationship between career path and college major &#…


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Alexander R. Galloway, “Laruelle: Against the Digital”

Carla Nappi , March 5th, 2015


“The chief aim of [philosopher François Laruelle’s] life’s work is to consider philosophy without resorting to philosophy in order to do so.” What is non-philosophy, what would it…


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