Vol. 1: Precarity

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Inhuman Resources
by ROB HORNING

The Fame Game
with HANNAH HART
& FRANK WARREN

Get Thee to a University
by CHRISTINE BAUMGARTHUBER

The Resentment Machine
by FREDDIE DEBOER

Collateral Damage
with WILLIE OSTERWEIL
& SUSAN SALTER REYNOLDS

Upping the Anti-Hero
by MALCOLM HARRIS

Accounting for Sex
by AUTUMN WHITEFIELD-MADRANO

Unfree Labor
by TIM BARKER

Rootless & Ruthless
by LAURIE PENNY

Unsolicited Advice for Living in the End Times
by MICHAEL SEIDENBERG

Praise for The New Inquiry
by IF YOU CAN READ THIS YOU’RE LYING

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