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4fb9d08492 T. A piece on the Anthropocene at the New York Times philosophy blog The Stone explored Timothy Morton’s argument, developed in The Ecological Thought, that the modern environmental movement is “infused with a sense of mourning and melancholia.”. Real Simple summarized some of the lessons from C. Branko Milanovic, author of Global Inequality: A New Approach for the Age of Globalization, explained five powerful forces that drive inequality at Bloomberg View. Fortune discussed David Weil’s concept of the “fissured workplace” in a report on Uber’s recent settlement of a class-action lawsuit related to its classification of drivers as independent contractors rather than employees. .. Nick Sousanis, author of Unflattening, lectured at the National Gallery of Art on the distinct ways that comics create meaning through the constant play of word and image.
Ian Almond, author of Two Faiths, One Banner, wrote in the Washington Post about the complex, shifting populations that made up “Christian” versus “Muslim” armies in Enlightenment Europe. India’s Daily Star interviewed Vivek Bald, author of Bengali Harlem and the Lost Histories of South Asian America. Mehrsa Baradaran, author of How the Other Half Banks, spoke with APM’s Marketplace and Slate about the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s recent proposal to crack down on payday lending. Marco Santagata spoke with Times Higher Education about Dante: The Story of His Life. David Miller, author of Strangers in Our Midst: The Political Philosophy of Immigration, spoke with Texas Public Radio’s The Source about whether there is a human right to flee one’s country of origin—and what rights sovereign nations have to reject new arrivals. Posner’s Divergent Paths: The Academy and the Judiciary was discussed in the New York Times in the context of the narrowly-defined search for Antonin Scalia’s replacement. Elizabeth Hinton spoke at length with Tavis Smiley about From the War on Poverty to the War on Crime and how 1960s policymakers predetermined the criminal fate of a generation of African American youth.