Author Archives: G. Willow Wilson

G. Willow Wilson

G. Willow Wilson is a Cairo-based author and journalist. Her articles about modern religion and the Middle East have appeared in the Atlantic Monthly, the New York Times Magazine, and the Canada National Post, as well as other North American and Egyptian publications.

Eco Next: The Mechanics of Hyperpraxis

Why—or more precisely, how—does a corset symbolize something very different when it is worn by Madonna than when it was worn by Victorian housewives?

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