A brief item to bookmark comments about nonviolence made by Judith Butler at end of a talk about feminism given a couple of years ago.
A brief item noting the National Library of Israel’s year-old YouTube channel and drawing attention to a talk by comics scholar Tahneer Oksman.
A brief item to recognize the Know Your Enemy podcast’s recent addition of a third Freud(ians)-related episode.
A blog post about declining to stop talking about fascism.
New brief item bringing together a James Tabor video session on Hebrew Bible prophetic literature and an author interview for a history of American Liberal Protestantism at its strength in the last century.
Some thoughts in response to a panel talk given at the U.N. last month, accompanying the exhibition of Arthur Langerman collection items, “#FakeImages.”
Here’s a brief item to suggest a listen to livestream discussion about journalism and social media offered by the Reuters Institute a couple of weeks ago.
A brief item to say that I’ve been doing some new listening in recent weeks, thanks to YouTube, in Bible and near-east antiquity.
Oof, a longer personal post about (social) media. Forgive me.
Another brief item, this one featuring the most recent chat from the YouTube channel of British student Simon Roper, in which he considers a turn in contemporary English many of us continue to love to hate.