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September 7, 2019
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The New Voices Of Native American Literature

Person at the Institute for American Indian Arts.
A wide range of writers — now celebrated with commercial and critical success — work to celebrate an evolving literary canon without limiting it.
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Where’s the Great 'Climate Change Novel'?

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If climate change is the most urgent problem facing humanity, why are there so few novels about it? Acclaimed novelist Amitav Ghosh believes that’s a big problem. He says climate change is less a science problem than a crisis of imagination.
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F*** Work

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When we talk about reforming work, fixing work, creating new kinds of work — author and historian James Livingston thinks perhaps we’re not going far enough.
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We Joke About Some Jobs Being BS. But Is There An Epidemic Of Pointless Work?

man walking to work
The anthropologist David Graeber says “BS jobs” are an epidemic. Especially in that circle of hell known as middle management.
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