Camille Paglia on the Curse of Theory in Academia
September 12, 2014 2003-08-03T13:52:12-04:00https://images.c-span.org/Files/7e3/20030803135333002_hd.jpgCamille Paglia explains why THE PROBLEMS THAT THE POST-STRUCTURALISTS ARE COMPLAINING ABOUT IN FRANCE NEVER WERE THE CASE IN AMERICA.
Camille Paglia explains why THE PROBLEMS THAT THE POST-STRUCTURALISTS ARE COMPLAINING ABOUT IN FRANCE NEVER WERE THE CASE IN AMERICA.
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