Author Spotlight

Moira Weigel

Moira Weigel is a writer and scholar, currently at the Harvard Society of Fellows. She received her PhD from the joint program in comparative literature and film and media studies at Yale University in 2017. She writes on cinema and technology as well as feminism and sexuality. She is also a founding editor of Logic Magazine.

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Eight Hours Don’t Make a Day: The Utopia Channel
Eight Hours Don’t Make a Day: The Utopia Channel

In a world vulnerable to authoritarianism, Rainer Werner Fassbinder’s television epic stands as an example of how an artist can speak to a broad audience about revolutionary politics.

By Moira Weigel

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The Piano Teacher: Bad Romances
The Piano Teacher: Bad Romances

The sexual pedagogy of a masochistic music instructor takes center stage in this shocking study of art, control, and repression.

By Moira Weigel

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