Antónia Szabari

Antónia Szabari is an Associate professor of French and Comparative Literature at the University of Southern California. She is currently at work (with Natania Meeker) on a monograph tentatively entitled The Spiritual Life of Plants.


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Strawberries on Life Support

The alien can be found within us; for proof, we need look no further than the colonies of bacteria proliferating in the crook of the human elbow....

Strawberries on Life Support
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