Samantha Rose Hill

Samantha Rose Hill is the assistant director of the Hannah Arendt Center for Politics and Humanities and visiting assistant professor of political studies at Bard College. She is also associate faculty at the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research. She is the author of a forthcoming biography on Hannah Arendt, and Hannah Arendt’s Poems. You can find her work here: www.samantharosehill.com.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Walter Benjamin’s Last Work

Samantha Rose Hill considers the continent-spanning turmoil that has marked the publication of Walter Benjamin's "Theses on the Philosophy of History."...


Thinking Itself Is Dangerous

Samantha Hill reviews “Thinking Without a Banister,” the new collection of writings by Hannah Arendt....

Thinking Itself Is Dangerous
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