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Sunday, February 19, 2006

Dangerous Familiars

Renaissance professors on David Horowitz's new list of the 101 most dangerous professors in the US:

1. James Holstun, SUNY Buffalo

That's it. Unless I've missed someone, that's just one measly professor. And here I was told all throughout college and grad school just how dangerous Renaissance studies could be.

Well, congratulations, Jim. To the rest of you who thought your criticism was so radical and subversive, sorry. I'm sure it's just that Horowitz hasn't read your work, not that he read it but thought it was hopelessly bourgeois. Richard Burt, back to the drawing board: less ass, more class (struggle), apparently.

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