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Writing Life No. 15: An Interview with Kalindi Vora

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Kalindi’s laptop sits inside her car, which serves as a writing space sometimes.

The last time I spoke to Kalindi in person was at the Society for the Social Studies of Science (4S) meeting in New Orleans in the summer of 2019. Kalindi and members of her lab presented their ongoing project of establishing feminist science shops across the campuses …

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Writing Life No. 14: An Interview with Hélène Mialet

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Image 1: Hélène’s home office.

The pandemic has revealed the fragility of our lives and the vulnerability of our bodies. It has also revealed the importance of fleshy connections that drive our energy, and our fundamental dependence on others, humans and non-humans, without which we couldn’t survive. Hélène Mialet has been exploring such themes in her work, most notably in …

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Writing Life No. 13: An interview with Matthew Wolf-Meyer

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From the bottom left, clockwise: my writing board (which currently has a note from my kids and a note about a future paper to be written), a stack of tax paperwork for 2020, a box of Kind bars, my lamp, a Mark Dancey print based upon a Drexciya album, the video game computer with an early game of Civilization, my
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Writing Life No. 12: An interview with Sienna Craig

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Image 1. Photo of Rauner Special Collections library at Dartmouth College, taken from the perspective of Sienna’s favorite table. Photo by Eli Burakian, 2014.

Sienna Craig is a writer and an academic, whose ideas find expression in a variety of creative genre, such as fiction, poetry, and ethnography. I met Sienna while I was doing a postdoc at Dartmouth College, where …

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Writing Life No. 11: An interview with Susan Frohlick

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Figure 1. Sue’s writing space in the beautiful Syilx (Okanagan) Nation territory. With Scooter, the family’s unruly cat.

The development of our writing dyad has unfolded organically over the past ten years. When we first met, neither of us imagined we would both be writing our second books at the same time and during a global pandemic. But here we …

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Writing Life No. 10: An interview with Sebastjan Vörös

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Figure 1: Sebastjan’s philosophy notebook and writing space in Ljubljana, Slovenia

“Curiously, our letters turned out to be not a mere sum of (theoretically discrete) elements but a new Gestalt, with its own inner pulse, its own existential thickness, its own elusive, yet curiously concrete style which seems to pervade every message that we produce and exchange” (Sebastjan Vörös, …