Global events such as pandemics can momentarily focus attention on a fundamentally overlooked pre-existing human condition: the sheer inequality of how individuals in power decide who lives and who dies.
John Troyer | Sep 13
What can we learn from the stand-ins helping to shape real life?
Dylan Mulvin | Sep 9
How visual culture can be mobilized to address the most altering event in the story of humanity.
Alexis L. Boylan | Sep 8
The story of teaching machines is deeply intertwined with Skinner’s psycho-technologies, which laid a foundation from which education technology has never entirely broken.
Audrey Watters | Sep 3
Traditional environmentalism has lacked a meaningful, practical democratic vision, rendering it largely marginal to the day-to-day lives of most Americans.
William Shutkin | Aug 31