Tag: Laura Ludtke

16 March, 2015

Laura Ludtke

Radical Interruption

Laura Ludtke considers capitalism and the ends of sleep


3 March, 2015

Laura Ludtke

Deconstructing Consent



16 February, 2015

Laura Ludtke

More Than “A World Of Imagination And Vision”

Laura Ludtke explores the Ashmolean's lavish William Blake exhibition


13 October, 2014

Laura Ludtke

Either/Or/And/Both

With its deft representation of simultaneity and interpenetrating narratives, Ali Smith's novel is by turns provocative, sardonic, and genuine.


29 May, 2014

Laura Ludtke

One Is Not Simply A Vixen



14 March, 2014

Weekly Round-up: Internet Magna Carta, Noam Chomsky, Life, bell hooks, #ITooAmOxford, and Tony Benn



3 March, 2014

Laura Ludtke

Reading Reading Victiorian Deafness

Laura Ludtke considers how deafness in the nineteenth-century challenged received ideas about language.


21 February, 2014

Laura Ludtke

Mr & Mrs Macbeth



Special Issue: Comics

23 December, 2013

Laura Ludtke

Kate Beaton and the Irony of History-as-Comic

Laura Ludtke introduces the proliferating world of online comics and, in particular, Kate Beaton's satirical re-drawing of history.


12 December, 2013

Laura Ludtke

Ripper Street Cut