Two Social Sciences: Middle School Trauma and Mediocre White Guys

My reading lately has been heavily gearing towards pop science and medical and social science topics. These two deal with very specific breeds of evil: mediocre white men who think they deserve the world at the expense of people of color and women, and the middle school experience. Both are atrocious in their own special... Continue Reading →

Immersive Journalism from the Ugly, Scary Heart of America’s White Nationalists

Book review: Everything You Love Will Burn, by Vegas Tenold (Amazon / Book Depository) What had initially motivated my excursion into the world of white supremacy was curiosity about a brand of politics that seemed almost too outdated to be real - and one that I was surprised to find thriving throughout the country.  Journalist... Continue Reading →

Poetic Explorations of American Culture, History, Race, and the Downsides of NYC

Book review: Notes from No Man's Land, by Eula Biss (Amazon / Book Depository) I discovered Eula Biss's confrontational but melodic, intelligent and analytical writing in the collection Tales of Two Americas. It's a great collection of essays, stories, and poems all dealing somehow with various aspects of American inequality. She contributed a piece about the concept of... Continue Reading →

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