Eric Hayot is a professor of Comparative Literature at the Pennsylvania State University, where he teaches courses on modernism, critical theory, video games, and the history of world ideas. His most recent book is On Literary Worlds (Oxford, 2012); he is also the author of The Hypothetical Mandarin (Oxford, 2009) and Chinese Dreams (Michigan, 2004). He blogs part-time at Printculture.
Through the Mirror: Claude Lévi-Strauss in Japan
Triptych image: Lindsey Landfried, "Memory is a Palimpsest," 2009 TIME MAKES US ALL ANACHRONISMS to ourselves. As we get older, we ...