The Hedgehog Review
Distracted? Having problems focusing? Overwhelmed by emails, texts, and tweets? In “Minding Our Minds,” our editors and writers examine the increasingly parlous state of our minds in the face of the information age’s relentless barrage of media and messages. More than simply a psychological or neurological manifestation, our ability—or inability—to pay attention is a symptom of a larger cultural phenomenon.
Recent Blog Posts
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Christina McRorie is a doctoral student in the Theology, Ethics, and Culture program in the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Virginia. Her research interests include Christian theological ethics, the history of political economy, and economic ethics within the Abrahamic traditions. Her current research focuses on the conditions for moral agency set by global capitalism and consumer society. She holds an MAR from Yale University, and a BA from Pepperdine University.
At the Institute, Christina works closely with the Program on Culture, Capitalism, and Global Change.