How do our phones affect our relationships with one another? How do they affect our sense of empathy? Sherry Turkle, a professor at MIT whose research revolves around human-technology interaction, joins Kyle Kim for a discussion.
What does it mean to both recognize the atrocities of slavery while engaging with the environments in which it occurred as spaces of leisure and romance?
The book talk series seeking to honor and celebrate works by queer and disabled creators in the same academic spaces they were most likely to be pushed out of.
"The question of the relationship between humans and our technologies is not a new discussion and neither is the fear that technology may lead to a possible 'dehumanization' or 'denaturalization.'"
Photographs of She Fights, a non-profit that teaches boxing to teenage girls of color in New York City.
"We have perhaps convinced ourselves that the attributes that make us dissimilar from plants and animals make us superior and more deserving of care, but I believe this couldn't be further from the truth."
"The brushstrokes are somewhat cruel and yet so purely existential that although Bacon exposes cruelty, all I feel is my heartbeat breathing new life into every vein."