In this week's Amor Mundi, we take a look at the persistence of non-facts in an article by Daniel Egber for Five Thirty Eight, take a peek at the relatively unknown, but important Oulipo movement, consider a Digital Humanities and more...
Posted on 22 May 2016 | 8:00 pm
In this week's Amor Mundi, we explore the appeal of Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump, announce a job opening, and much more!
Posted on 14 February 2016 | 8:01 pm
We appreciate the annotations Hannah Arendt made to an anthology of essays on political thought in this week's Library feature.
Posted on 4 February 2016 | 8:00 pm
Action and interaction both relate to the public space, but where and how they occur in the world differs significantly.
Posted on 24 January 2016 | 8:00 pm
Arendt’s "The Human Condition" forces us to ask the question: What does it means to be at home in the world?
Posted on 27 December 2015 | 8:00 pm
Laurie Naranch explains how rage may authorize momentary violence as a legitimate, if for Arendt, antipolitical response to injustice.
Posted on 20 December 2015 | 8:00 pm
Jennie Han explores the concept of “home” with respect to our discussions of the ongoing student protests on American college campuses.
Posted on 29 November 2015 | 8:00 pm
Arendt reconstructs from Kafka's work a writer inspired by a world “in which the actions of man depend on nothing but himself and his spontaneity.”
Posted on 22 November 2015 | 8:00 pm
On a recent trip to the Hannah Arendt Collection, we came across this copy of Henri Frankfort's Kingship and the Gods.
Posted on 17 September 2015 | 8:00 pm
Samantha Hill examines the act of forgiveness and asks whether we can embrace this principle with respect to someone like Dylann Roof.
Posted on 28 June 2015 | 8:00 pm