- Athwart welcomes two new associate editors: Ryan Shinkel and Max Bodach!
- Unfortunately, there are no good book sales to alert you to this week.
- "The Soviet Legal Narrative" by Anna Lukina
- "Sex Work and Self-Giving" by Sam Buntz
- "Words Like Windows and Nettles" by Aaron Cummings
- "Politics of Universalism" by Charles Hughes-Huff
- "Postmodern Photography" by Gabriele Sartoris
- "Spiral of Violence" by Dave Atenasio
- "Barbarian Tongues Old and New" by Ian Edward Caveny
- "Scrolling Alone" by Jordan McGillis
- "Falstaff Riseth Up" by Louis Petrich
There are several upcoming episodes with special guests on essays from Sayers, Deleuze, and Strauss! Make sure to subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, via RSS, or any other service where you listen to podcasts!
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- "Taylor Swift: Precarity & PMC" by Max Bodach
We haven't had that many musings as of late, maybe you should pitch us!
- Bradley M. Davis, "Political Economy: To What End?"
- Ahmed al-Dakhil, "Building an Alliance Sacrée: An Abrahamic Framework for a Just Political Economy"
- Elijah del Medigo, "Noted on Judaic Political Economy"
- Joseph Paul Barnas, "Economic Solidarism: A Political Economy for the Family"
- Jonathan Culbreath, "Platonic Marxism: Reconciling Progress & Tradition"
- Chase Padusniak, "Quis habeat cudere monetam?"
- Jason Peirce, "The Past & Future of Liberty: Hayek, Rawls, and Nozick"
- Benjamin V. Miller, "In Defense of Economic Inefficiency"
- Leo Thuman, "Christian Labor"
- Elena Attfield, "A Treaty without Rome: Christendom & the European Union"
- Ryan Peterson, "Doing Equality in America"
- William Lombardo, "A Clearing in the Marketplace"