CCLaP Fridays: Everyone Is African: How Science Explodes The Myth of Race, by Daniel J. Fairbanks

“Everyone Is African” by Daniel J. Fairbanks offers a concise treatment of a controversial topic. Continue reading CCLaP Fridays: Everyone Is African: How Science Explodes The Myth of Race, by Daniel J. Fairbanks

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An Interview with David Schmahmann, author of The Double Life of Alfred Buber

Why is Alfred Buber an important character for modern readers? Alfred Buber’s story is a riff off several things: isolation, male loneliness, a feeling some of us may have that for others life is richer, more sensual, more rewarding than it ever will be for us. Buber is frozen by that feeling, by the sense that he is a spectator at his own life, shut out of any chance at love, at being wanted, at feeling full and satisfied. He mistakes these feelings, I think, for desire, and I believe many men do this: conflate loneliness with desire, as if … Continue reading An Interview with David Schmahmann, author of The Double Life of Alfred Buber

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