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  1. An interview with Noam Chomsky on his book 'What Kind of Creatures Are We?' by Idan Landau
    18
    May

    An interview with Noam Chomsky on his book 'What Kind of Creatures Are We?' by Idan Landau

    Noam Chomsky is an eminent theoretical linguist, founder of the biolinguistic perspective on language. He is also a cognitive scientist, a philosopher, and one of the most well-respected political commentators of our time. Presently, he is Institute Professor Emeritus at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Laureate Professor at the University of Arizona. Idan Landau is Professor of Linguistics at Ben-Gurion University, Israel. On Mind and Matter Idan Landau (IL): [...]
  2. Don’t let a virus cut out our tongues_International Alliance_May 2020
    07
    May

    Don’t let a virus cut out our tongues_International Alliance_May 2020

    To be an independent publisher is to question the world, to help make sense of it, today and tomorrow “Don’t let a virus cut out our tongues” .. Margaret Atwood International independent publishers facing the pandemic (May 2020) The International Alliance of Independent Publishers (a network of more than 750 publishing houses in 55 countries around the world) was created in 2002 in response to the movements towards concentration and commodification of publishing that André S[...]
  3. Portal : The Curious Account of Achintya Bose
    21
    Apr

    Portal : The Curious Account of Achintya Bose

    Portal: The Curious Account of Achintya Bose, conceptualized, compiled and reproduced by Shan Bhattacharya, recipient of the Umrao Singh Sher-Gil Grant for Photography, 2015 (instituted by the Sher-Gil Sundaram Arts Foundation), presents the personal diary of the owner of a small photography studio in Calcutta, India, maintained sporadically from 1994 to 1996, before his sudden unexplained disappearance. The diary is a fictional ‘found archive’ that contains his collection of photographic pr[...]
  4. FORTHCOMING BOOK
    20
    Apr

    FORTHCOMING BOOK

    A significant and almost entirely neglected aspect of this history has been of art criticism that grew in parallel with the art. The art criticism that emerged in the late 1940s and ’50s drew from the same wellspring of innovation and hope that the period of the struggle for independence triggered in the nation’s art. Little has been recovered of this criticism as it developed over the next fifty years and has significantly contributed to our present-day understanding of modernism.