Jan 2, 2012 @ 04:00:00 am
As the Merce Cunninghman Dance Company concludes its final tour in New York, writer Alma Guillermoprieto remembers her former instructor: “Merce insisted throughout that his dances were not abstract: ‘I have never seen an abstract human body’ he often remarked. He himself danced like a man on fire.”
The New York Times publishes Sam Anderson’s year in marginalia, highlighting the critic’s best in-book scribblings. Lines from an Anne Carson poem get a “LOL,” while a note in Anderson’s copy of The Pale King reads, “DFW + Dostoevsky: investigative journalists of self-consciousness.”
For its inaugural column about feminist academics, Feministing interviews New School media studies professor Kate Eichhorn, who is working on an archive of queer feminist zines and small press publications.
Author Adam Johnson recalls
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