My sister, Rebekah M. Devine, has an essay in this forthcoming edited volume published by Brill: Authoritative Texts and Reception History.
In other (less important) news:
Michael Cannon: Privatize the VA. “The VA provides life, disability and health benefits to certain veterans. But Congress does not fund those benefits until they come due, and the cost of those benefits typically peaks decades after Congress incurs them by sending troops to war. This lag enables members of Congress to ignore one of the largest financial costs of war. The VA lets Congress wage war on the cheap.”
Life at the Nowhere Office | New Republic. “Today’s workplace design asks us to be permanently on call—and demands that we vanish at a moment’s notice.”