See Infra

Digging at the confluence of culture and everything else

About

See infra is a half-Latin, half-English phrase meaning “see below”. It is used by American lawyers instead of “see below” because we’re all slaves to a tiny blue book maintained by some shadowy collective at four of the top law schools. The blog is a combination of memoir and analysis pieces (not unoccasionally memoir/analysis pieces) focused on the invisible webs of culture. My ambition is to help people peel back the layers of assumption we all have in our life, ask the unasked questions and dare to give a new answer to old problems. And sometimes, just whatever I happen to manage to get on the page. I try to update at least once a week.

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