Podcast: Drugs and Oliver Sacks →
newyorker: This week in the magazine, Oliver Sacks looks back at his experiences with drugs in the early nineteen-sixties. Here Sacks talks with John Bennet and Sasha Weiss about some of his drug-induced hallucinations, how his interest in neurology connects to his experimentation with drugs, and how one drug experience led to his writing career. Also, Jeremy Eichler on the violinist Christian...
Anthropology invites us to expand our sense of human possibilities through the study of other forms of life. Not unlike learning another language, such inquiry requires time and patience. There are no shortcuts. We cannot, for example, simply use our imaginations to invent other cultural worlds. Even those so-called realms of pure freedom, our fantasy and our “innermost thoughts,” are...
RIP ANNA PIAGGI
dazeddigital: We pay tribute to the legendary fashion icon by revisiting her appearance as part of a Men’s Fashion Special in our May 2001 issue.