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George Scialabba

George Scialabba, a contributing editor of AGNI, is the author of the essay collections The Divided Mind: A Collection of Reviews (Arrowsmith Press, 2006) and What Are Intellectuals Good For? (Pressed Wafer, 2009). His column, “New Thinking,” appears bimonthly in the Books section of The Boston Globe. In 1991 he was awarded the Nona Balakian Excellence in Reviewing award from the National Book Critics Circle. His work is archived at georgescialabba.net. (updated 5/2009)

Scialabba’s What Are Intellectuals Good For? was reviewed in AGNI Online by Mark Oppenheimer.

AGNI has published the following work by George Scialabba:

Critical Imperialism
Demos and Sophia: Not a Love Story
An Honest Believer
Inside the Cave
Letter to the Editor about Michael Scharf’s “Statesman or War Criminal?”
Message from Room 101
“No, in thunder!”: Christopher Lasch and the Spirit of the Age
Reflections on a Ravaged History
The Sealed Envelope
Wistful Thinking about the Political Weeklies


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