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Jessica Loudis is a writer who works for Slate Magazine and is an associate editor of Conjunctions
Less than a month after Haiti was brought to its knees by an 8.8 magnitude earthquake, another story emerged from the island that briefly arrested international attention and interrupted the torrent of post-disaster coverage...
Davide Panagia’s The Political Life of Sensation
asks whether there is an aesthetics in democracy.