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

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

Untitled from Social Text on Vimeo.

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