Tag: Weekly Round-up

12 June, 2016

Wrap Up The Week: On Quiz Show Culture, Animal Metaphors, The Demise Of Orality, The Tyranny Of Taste, And Dave Hickey’s Art Criticism



7 May, 2016

Wrap Up The Week: David Foster Wallace and Tennis, Chernobyl in literature, Imaginative Storytelling, Knowledge in the Internet Age, and Is that Even a Thing?



13 December, 2015

Wrap Up the Week: Lessons from McDonald’s, Reviewer Reflections, Altering Avatars, Impossible Expectations, and Happy Christmas!



6 December, 2015

Wrap Up the Week: Big Bollocks, Best Books, Respectful Relationships, Online Openness, and Wary Writers



30 November, 2015

Wrap Up the Week: NASA Superstars, Writers and Rock Stars, Star Explains Relativity, Older People are Email Stars and Mars Shouldn’t Be Evil



15 November, 2015

Wrap Up the Week: PhDs are depressing, ISIS is evil, Anne Frank is a coauthor, internet companies are evil – but we do like Darwin



8 November, 2015

Wrap Up the Week: Not Reviewing, Not Reading Before Banning, Not Helpful to be Insane, Not Actually About Halloween Costumes, and Not Of This Time



1 November, 2015

Wrap Up the Week: Music and Sign Language, Svetlana Alexievich, Secluding Women, Genocide Denial and China’s Population



25 October, 2015

Wrap Up the Week: An Age of Distraction, The Greatest Academic Books, Harriet Klausner, Germaine Greer and No Lego



17 October, 2015

Kanta Dihal

Wrap Up the Week: Arab Graffiti, Pretty Curious, Marlon James, West Africa and Aliens (maybe)