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Author of the bestselling memoir "Eat, Pray, Love" explores the ways in which artists have been viewed throughout the centuries, and the need to change how society conceives of creative genius.
How has the revolution in the availability of media from the stationary turntable to the omnipresent internet affected our shared experience of music?
Comedy and play are essential aspects of protest and social movements.
Crispin Sartwell reflects on the role of aesthetics in the creation and realization of political systems and ideologies.