Yesterday marked the fiftieth entry in Frequencies. In the ten most recent entries, Tanya Luhrmann does magic, Gil Anidjar washes the blood from his hands, Lynne Huffer witnesses signs of the apocalypse, Gary Laderman drops acid, Susan Harding contemplates ethnography, Michael A. Sells reads Innocents Abroad, Pamela Klassen pays her respects to Max Weber, Michael J. Gilmour walks his dog, Finbarr Curtis lives up to the American Dream, and Paul Miller aka DJ Spooky that Subliminal Kid lays down some beats.
Going to the AAR meeting in San Francisco? Don’t miss the panel on Frequencies, featuring Julie Byrne, Susan Harding, Ari Y. Kelman, and Jeffrey Kripal, along with Frequencies curators Kathryn Lofton and John Lardas Modern.