Intellectual Vocation & Political Struggle in the Trump Moment | Cornel West

This week’s addition to the reading list comes in the words of Dr. Cornel West, Professor of the Practice of Public Philosophy at Harvard University and Professor Emeritus at Princeton University. Titled ‘Intellectual Vocation & Political Struggle in the Trump Moment,’ the text was originally a speech delivered as part of the series “Why the Humanities Matter in the 21st Century‟ at Dartmouth College on April 27, 2017. Continue reading Intellectual Vocation & Political Struggle in the Trump Moment | Cornel West

Review: Adrian Tchaikovsky’s Children of Time | Bruhad Dave

Adrian Tchaikovsky’s Children of Time has got humongous spiders in it. Well. The premise is simple enough. Earth bad. People worse. Much conflict. And very near the beginning of the book, the whole thing sort of snuffs itself out. By ‘the whole thing’ I mean all the planets and moons that humanity has colonised. Continue reading Review: Adrian Tchaikovsky’s Children of Time | Bruhad Dave