In Seeing Like a State (1998), James C. Scott outlines a faith-based, uncritical, high-modernist ideology which gave rise to historic twentieth-century disasters

How we frame things determines what we see and (sometimes) what occurs next. Here’s an excerpt: We Are All Treaty People: Prairie Essays (2008)

Dr Ben Janaway: ‘They were polite, passionate and discursive. But they were trapped by fake information, and information they were not equipped to understand.’

PhD dissertation by Lauren Acton highlights role of musical theatre (as complement to classical theatre) in history of Stratford Festival in Canada

Ambiguous figures can serve as heuristic device for study of social construction of meaning

Whereas cubist art varies from legible to illegible, the dominant model of critical interpretation of cubism has remained at all times legible