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Peace in our time: The superhero and his shadow in the Marvel Cinematic Universe

“Ultron thinks we’re monsters, that we’re what’s wrong with the world. This isn’t just about beating him, it’s about whether...

Samin Nosrat reacting with enthusiasm to food; also one of the dishes prepared in the course of Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat

Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat: cooking together towards self-authorization

By Rachel Katz I am an avid consumer of food media; I follow tons of food publications and writers on...

What is it about medical dramas that always keeps me coming back for more?

The psychology behind my obsession with Grey’s Anatomy A guest post by Molly KayAt the end of a long day,...

Welcome aboard: A psychoanalytic tour of pop culture

Welcome Aboard: A Psychoanalytic Tour of Pop CultureWriter: All my life, I have never seen one happy person. Stalker: Nor...

What to do with the garbage people?

In the past year and a half, since the whole Trump thing, #MeToo, and all the concomitant social upheavals that...

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Kristin Mueller-Heaslip writes about group relations and psychoanalysis in the course of her work at Bureau Kensington. In her other life she is an independent music and theatre artist and the mother of two small children and one elderly basset hound. She occasionally blogs about other stuff at Scintillator.

Rachel Katz is the digital assistant at Bureau Kensington Inc. She is an MA student in philosophy and bioethics. She is an experienced journalist and editor, and in her spare time runs Fork in Progress, a cooking and baking Instagram blog for students and young professionals.