13 May, 2013
Saikat Majumdar’s careful and rigorous contribution to postcolonial criticism is let down by its grand ambitions.
David Armitage offers a suitably postmodern model for the exploration of international intellectual history.
Kirsten Lew considers the cute, the zany, and the interesting in Sianne Ngai's reappraisal of aesthetics.
Geoff Dyer's heavily footnoted paean to Tarkovsky tells us more about Geoff Dyer than anything else.
The poet Sharon McCartney talks to Stephanie Yorke about rich reading, women writing, and endurance.