Tag Archives: Susan Sontag

Notes from Trigger-gate: Why I Give Trigger Warnings

Preventing little Johnny, José, or Jamila from getting a tad misty-eyed in a classroom is not, ideally, what trigger warnings are about, says Sayantani DasGupta. Continue reading

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On the Blindness of “WAR/PHOTOGRAPHY”

What is the point of War Photography? Who is it for? And what does it communicate? Chloe Pantazi considers the questions as images of brutality inundate us all. Continue reading

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The Stealth Fight Against Stupidity

In which Janet Steen dares to be smart — and shows us how. Continue reading

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