Book Review: An Anthropologist on Mars

By Thomas Smallbone Oliver Sacks’ An Anthropologist on Mars (AAM) is a book that follows seven individuals with neurological conditions. The book explores the narratives of the individuals themselves and of their condition more broadly. It oscillates between explanations of the neurology of conditions and stories of individuals, in a …

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Review: Sea Fever, a Plague of Almosts

By Elizabeth Lewis (This review contains some spoilers) It’s an experience we might not be familiar with, but at its mention we instinctually feel a pang of dread. It’s the dread of being at sea for extended periods with the many phobias waiting to be ignited there, and the terror …

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