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A wide-ranging study is triumphant in plumbing the depths of socialist despair, says Fred Inglis
Book of the week: Fred Inglis delights in a grafting of art, lore and literature that logs our lives with natural wonders
Fred Inglis on the fate of the academy in an era of calm-voiced propaganda and disgusting new shapes of intellectual life
Fred Inglis on the innumerable shows and figures from 50 years of popular culture
In today’s multichannel landscape, says Fred Inglis, there are more bright, wondering eyes on the world than Babestations
Thirty years after Clifford Geertz assessed the state of thinking in the academy, the duty of academics to render the unspeakable unspeakable is imperative