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Limn

Limn is scholarly magazine that I co-founded and co-edit with Andrew Lakoff and Chris Kelty. Limn aims to create a new venue for academic writing that is more timely and accessible than academic journals and books, and therefore better suited to addressing current issues. It draws material from scholars in the social and human sciences and is intended to be diverse in perspective, authoritative, well written and beautifully designed. The focus is on contemporary problems in our global, politically interconnected, technologically intense culture: problems of infrastructure, ecological vulnerability, economic interdependence, and relentless technological invention A core goal of Limn is to provide genealogical framings that upset the often polarized, stale or static narratives offered in the media or public discussion.

My contributions to Limn include

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