Monthly Archives: November 2014

The End of Minerva

Economics is a didactics of resource distribution, and a pedagogy of territorial control.  And yet, since it must represent itself as a politically liberal, progressive discipline, it has had to distract attention away from any particular territorial interests that might … Continue reading

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Hellenism in Cambodia

These days, I’m teaching Greek Classics at a high school here in Cambodia. Most of the planned activities have been attempted in previous years, though there is always uncertainty with repetition. Repeating Euripides in the age of social media requires … Continue reading

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