Not All of Us Live in Public

John Harris’s experiments, in which he attempts to reveal the consequences of living under constant public surveillance and the ultimate effect this is having on society, is on the one hand completely relevant and disturbingly revelatory of a possible outcome of society's cyber-obsession, but on the other hand unrepresentative of the other half of society... Continue Reading →


“Public” Breastfeeding

A range of emotions and incommensurable reactions towards the performance of breastfeeding, both within the home but most notably in public space, has taken on a complex and multi-layered fixation.  In the United States, notably over the last two centuries, popular attitudes and feelings on the topic have repetitively oscillated between approval and non-approval in... Continue Reading →

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