Randy Malamud

I write about modern literature, ecocriticism, film, and cultural studies. I have published ten books, including The Language of Modernism (1989), Reading Zoos: Representations of Animals and Captivity (1998), Poetic Animals and Animal Souls (2003), An Introduction to Animals and Visual Culture (2012), and The Importance of Elsewhere: The Globalist Humanist Tourist (2018). I write for The Chronicle of Higher Education, Times Higher Education, Truthout, In These Times, The Atlantic, Film Quarterly, Salon, and The Point; I have appeared on CNN, BBC, and NPR. My latest book is Email, in Bloomsbury’s Object Lessons series.



Why I pine for the days when people actually wrote letters
11 Sep 2019 | FEATURES |  
tags: communication, email, letters
300 billion emails are sent each day? But who will remember them?


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