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Modern Film Movements

I’ve been reading about film movements recently (IE- Golden Age of Hollywood, German Expressionism, French New Wave) and that got me thinking about modern movies, which would have to be part of at least one film movement, even if we … Continue reading

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Why My Mom Hates International Women’s Day

My mom is rather upset about the celebration of International Women’s Day. She thinks the idea to celebrate Women’s Day is good, but that there’s a history behind March 8 that makes it particularly awkward for her as someone who … Continue reading

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Where Republicans and Feminist Academics Agree

American conservatives tend to have a conflicted response to authority, and that shows in the reaction to the New York Times‘s Truth Vigilante column. Conservatives seem to have a postmodern position, similar to what is associated with several strands of (mostly liberal) academia. … Continue reading

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