“I couldn’t get through it,” said the would-be anthropologist, nodding to a two-page extract from Locke’s Second Treatise. “It’s all like, ‘God made ye betwixt thee and thine’ and stuff. I looked at SparkNotes instead.” She then opened her laptop to a 25-page article about the “imbricated spacialities of class, race, and gender,” which she had […]
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