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Amy Nigh is a PhD student in philosophy at the University of Memphis. She is interested in philosophies of history and philosophical method as they take shape in continental philosophy and Latin America. Recent work on Colombian philosopher Santiago Castro-Gómez and genealogy has appeared in Inquiry and the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Literature. 

History Lessons from Macondo: Magical Realism from Cólera to COVID

8 January 2021

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