Susan Babbitt

Susan Babbitt is author of Humanism and Embodiment (Bloomsbury 2014).

Cuba’s Nobel Nomination and Baldwin’s Call to “Begin Again”

Today’s Science Deniers: What We Owe Galileo After 400 years

Lennon in Havana

Fidel, Three Years Later

Oliver Sacks, the “Neurological Philosopher”

Fire and the “Changing Narrative” Thing

Cuba’s Revolution in Thinking: To Live and Not Lie

What Everyone Knows About D-Day

Maduro: Glimmering Brake on Rhinoceritis

Cuba’s Earthy Traditions and Jean Vanier

Disdain and Dignity: An Old (Anti-Imperialist) Story

Let the People See: Emmett Till, and Why They Don’t See

The Revolution Must be Fun

Sixty Years of the Cuban Revolution

The Occasional Stupidity of Hope and How, Again, to Learn From Cuba

90 Years After the Birth of Che Guevara

Assange and Truth: the Deeper (Harder) Issue

Prisoner of Pinochet: No Triumph of the Human Spirit

The Myth of Difficult Times

Chestnuts, Monkeys and Another Reason Ahed Tamini Matters

Ana Belén Montes at Year’s End

Why Don Quixote?

Fidel, a Year Later

Leonardo da Vinci: We Get His Life, But Not His Vision

From Leonardo to Lenin