An interview with Shiloh Krupar

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Stuart Elden has interviewed Shiloh Krupar for the Society and Space open site. The interview focuses on her excellent sounding new book Hot Spotter’s Report: Military Fables of Toxic Waste. The interview also discusses Krupar use of alternative styles and means of communication, and the problems and obstacles of using unconventional means of communication. It’s interesting how creativity can be stifled by conventions and norms, but Krupar describes how she manages to defy the limitations of academic publishing.

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