Paula Cerni is a teacher and independent writer who holds a degree in English, and an MPhil in social science from the University of Sussex (UK). She writes non-fiction from a radical and progressive perspective. www.paulacerni.wordpress.com.
Thursday, July 25 2013
Legendary French anthropologist Claude Lévi-Strauss catches a glimpse of disappearing traditions through Japanese eyes in these new translations of his lectures, essays and interviews.
Thursday, March 7 2013
Every interview in this book rewards us with the revelation that a great philosopher, no matter how dead, is still fresh, surprising, and relevant.
Thursday, January 17 2013
Will 2013 be a year for a) conspiracy theories; b) end-of-the-world hysteria; or c) books to enhance our critical thinking?
Wednesday, December 5 2012
From the peak of the Qing Dynasty to today, China has moved far and fast. Here's a chance to catch up.
Monday, October 8 2012
The Lexus is shiny and modern, the olive tree old and rooted, put them together and, dude, there's your simplistic guide to globalization.
Thursday, May 5 2011
On 'proofiness', 'randumbness' statistical boo-boos and other high-level mathematical theories.