Joanna Radin

Joanna Radin is a historian of biomedical futures, based at Yale. She is currently at work on a book about Michael Crichton's influence on the politics of truth.


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Caring for Capitalism

"The Bleeding Edge" is a contemporary portrait of how a misguided quest for innovation is eroding the forms of connection that make us human....

Caring for Capitalism
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