Andrew Ross Talks "Bird on Fire" at the CUNY Grad Center

 
An excerpt from Andrew Ross’s Bird on Fire talk, delivered at the CUNY Grad Center on October 28, 2011.
 

Untitled from Social Text on Vimeo.

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