This year marks the end of the second decade of the 2000s. In honor of this, we thought we’d take a look back at our decade with an end-of-year series.
The internet loves lists, especially year-end ones, and we’ll feed that love a little bit this December. We’ll be hosting seven lists of expert Decade-Best picks. Expect movies, games, writing, television, music, traditional visual arts, and one surprise list at the end. Each will include philosophers working in these and related areas, but also other academics whose work concerns these topics and people working in the relevant media.
Of course, all lists are imperfect, and it’s probably a little bit silly to try to rank all of these things. But what would the internet be without a little silliness? We hope you’ll find them useful for adding things to your own lists: to-watch, to-read, to-listen, and all sorts of other to-consumes.
Now, let’s see what the 2010s had to offer us in film!
Our contributors are:
- Aleksey Balotskiy, PhD candidate in Philosophy at the University of British Columbia
- Dieter Declercq, lecturer in Film and Media Studies at the University of Kent
- Maggie Hennefeld, assistant professor in Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature at the University of Minnesota
- Brian Montgomery, independent scholar
- Swetha Regunathan, writer and filmmaker
- Francey Russell, assistant professor in Philosophy at Barnard and Columbia
- Elizabeth Scarbrough, lecturer in Philosophy at Florida International University
- Paul Schofield, assistant professor in Philosophy at Bates College
- Matt Strohl, professor in Philosophy at University of Montana