Chris studied philosophy at the New School for Social Research, where he focused on Phenomenlogy, Enlightenment eroticism, and Anarchist theory. He lives in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, and can usually be found tending his garden.
Chris Haddix talks with Nancy Kates about 'Regarding Susan Sontag.'
The question concerning Central Europe is again in urgent need of an answer.
Is the pronouncement of theory's death premature?
How successful are images of armed conflict in communicating something of the experience of war?
The real stories behind Martina Bacigalupo's photography exhibit installed at The Walther Collection
As crisis remains a constant companion in Greece, so too does art
Kostas is free, but there is no justice.
Two days shy of Occupy Wall Street's 60th day of protest, New York City authorities cleared Zuccotti Park—Liberty Square—in a surprise midnight raid. When the sun rose on the headquarters of the global Occupy Movement, the park had been swept clean of all evidence of a protest. Hundreds were arrested. Those who were not detained moved to another plaza and immediately continued the democratic spectacle. Chris Haddix writes on the aesthetics of this protest phenomenon.