Eric Anthamatten is a professor of philosophy and humanities atThe New School and Pratt Institute. His work centers on issues of ethics and politics, most especially around criminal justice, as he taught in prisons for a decade. He has been published in The New York Times and The Atlantic. Follow Eric on Twitter @eAnthamatten.
Sartre’s analysis of antisemitism, and its godfather, racism, still resonates today.
A review of Chancers by Susan Stellin and Graham MacIndoe
The surveillance nation and power.
In Samuel Beckett's classic play 'Waiting for Godot,' two characters wait...and wait...for the arrival of a fellow named Godot.
Joana Vasconcelos' art has been described as feminist, political, and provocative.
An ethical consideration of torture and the hunt for a faceless Osama bin Laden.
Eric Anthamatten reviews this revolutionary moral allegory and masterpiece of global cinema.