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11 for '11

  • Part 1:Why Music Writing Matters in 2011In his introduction to an anthology of The Best Music Writing 2011, Alex Ross shares a selection of tweets…
  • Raj Patel, Sherry Turkle, Bruce Levine, Tyler Cowen and Eliza Griswold...oh, my! We smack a big red bow on our 11 for '11 series of conversations with big…
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    Word of Mouth for 11.19.2011 Part 4
    Throughout the year, we’ve been featuring a series we call 11 for 11… conversations with innovative thinkers who challenge and provoke new ways of…
  • Here on Word of Mouth, we love brain science. Brain-science in the courtroom. Brain-science and aesthetics. Brain-science and poverty. Image a brain and…
  • This month’s installment of our 11 for '11 series of big picture conversations on the issues of our times. Today, we talk with Harvard experimental…
  • This month’s installment of our 11 for '11 series of big picture conversations on the issues of our times. Today, we talk with poet and journalist Eliza…
  • This month’s installment of our 11 for '11 series of big picture conversations on the issues of our times. Today, we talk with psychologist, author and…
  • This month’s installment of our 11 for '11 series of big picture conversations on the issues of our times. Today, it’s energy, specifially oil. Oil is…
  • Today we have this month's 11 for '11 segment, focusing on how the increasingly dangerous pursuit of oil affects the market price. Plus, alcoholism in…
  • A new book by George Mason University Economics Chair Tyler Cowen has inspired spirited debate among beltway and economics circles. Published only as an…

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