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Briefly Noted

Initially developed at the University of Toronto between the 1930s and 1970s, media ecology is a meta-disciplinary perspective that understands media as environments that shape human consciousness. Despite this expansive approach to media, media ecology has generally shied away from exploring that . . . . Continue Reading »

Spare Us

Every Briton seems to have reached a verdict on Prince Harry’s memoir, most without having read it. They should give it a go, because it has a lot to say about him, them, and the moral architecture of monarchy. Spare is a compelling psychological portrait of a man dragged up in a fantastical . . . . Continue Reading »

Vanity Press

She Said, a film that follows two New York Times reporters as they hunt Harvey Weinstein, debuted in October to rave reviews. Variety described it as “tense, fraught, and absorbing.” The Washington Post deemed it “engrossing, even galvanizing.” The New York . . . . Continue Reading »

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