The Sociopathology of Everyday Business

I’m posting a link here to my 2010 review of The University Against Itself for Workplace: A Journal of Academic Labor. The reviewed anthology is a collection of essays about the failed 2005-06 NYU graduate student workers’ strike and what participants learned from it. The events surrounding this strike form something like a case study for manyContinue reading “The Sociopathology of Everyday Business”

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Law School Isn’t the Slam Dunk It Used To Be

Originally posted on Finding My College:
The above graph, which should be of interest to any student who is considering a career in law, was published by Bloomberg as part of this article in Business Week about the demise of Howrey, a formerly renowned though subsequently bankrupt D.C. law firm. (In the way of full disclosure,…

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The Lion King: Hamlet and the Myth of Happy Vengeance

“The Lion King: Hamlet and the Myth of Happy Vengeance” is my September 2003 Metaphilm article exploring both the Disney classic as a retelling of Shakespeare’s Hamlet and the implications of a vengeance plot with a happy, Disney ending.

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