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
Does the Hobby Lobby decision not call for a better concept of corporate personhood that would allow us to differentiate between various types of entities and religious liberty claims? | Read post >>>
Whatever the fate of the "anthropocene" as a term (its existence and even inception is still being debated among geologists), scientists, activists, and scholars consider human activity and practices as inseparable from nature. Whether they intend to or not, they thereby challenge basic ideas about the human, culture, and agency that have sustained the humanities for centuries. | Read post >>>
Known for its organic, fair-trade, and costly fare, Whole Foods has become a staple as well as a trend-setter in the food industry. Its impending arrival in Richmond highlights important issues and challenges facing the city. | Read post >>>
Emily Rose Gum
Emily Rose Gum is a graduate student in Theology at the University of Oxford, studying Christian Ethics. She holds an MA Joint Honours in International Relations and Theological Studies from the University of St. Andrews. Before beginning graduate school, Emily worked for seven years in publishing and communications with the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture and its journal, The Hedgehog Review. Her research focuses on the church and moral formation....