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Film Corner: Finding Vivian Maier

By Diana Miller I’m admittedly a little late to this party – Finding Vivian Maier has been out so long that it’s sure to be on Netflix any minute now. But it’s better to discover a gem late than never, isn’t it? … Continue reading

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Book Corner: Gender Failure, by Rae Spoon and Ivan E. Coyote

Welcome back to Book Corner, an irregularly scheduled feature where I (and any other Culture Cluster members who want to share what they’ve been reading) review books from off the beaten path—or at least, from outside the academy—that we might … Continue reading

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Film Corner, Hot Docs 2015 Edition: Love between the Covers and Foodies

by Diana Miller Welcome back for a special installment of Book Corner (temporarily rebranded as Film Corner), an irregularly scheduled feature that reviews sociologically engaging works from outside the academy. Toronto recently hosted the 2015 Hot Docs documentary film festival, … Continue reading

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Book Corner: The Age of the Image, by Stephen Apkon

by Diana Miller Welcome to a new and irregularly scheduled feature on the CSA Culture Cluster blog: Book Corner, where I (and any other cluster members who would like to share what they’ve been reading) will highlight interesting and sociologically … Continue reading

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