Who is Camille Paglia

Camille Anna Paglia (; born April 2, 1947) is an American feminist academic and social critic. Paglia has been a professor at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, since 1984. She is critical of many aspects of modern culture and is the author of Sexual Personae: Art and Decadence from Nefertiti to Emily Dickinson (1990) and other books. She is also a critic of contemporary American feminism and of post-structuralism, as well as a commentator on multiple aspects of American culture such as its visual art, music, and film history.

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Paglia was born in Endicott, New York, the eldest child of Pasquale and Lydia Anne (née Colapietro) Paglia. All four of her grandparents were born in Italy. Her mother emigrated to the United States at ...
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Moominclature: aside from a few letterboxd influencers, the most headtilting person to be given a sight & sound ballot last year was camille paglia
Samuli47: when is camille paglia gonna be on ziwe
Natlyjune: was lol-ing at karina longworth’s descriptions of camille paglia. i think i already like her 90’s episodes better than her 80’s ones.
Bowtiedcrake: ai voiceovers of audiobooks are gonna be great. can't wait to listen to a camille paglia essay narrated by ben shapiro, zero to one narrated by kim kardashian, 12 rules for life narrated by donald trump.
Clakklaa: men wearing womens clothes had always been a thing. it's in vogue currently because of the cultural decline. something happens with testosterone & men at the decline of a civ. men get more whingey and effeminate. camille paglia calls it limp and noodley.
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Republic And Motherland
 by Alfred Noyes

(Written after entering New York Harbor at Daybreak)

Up the vast harbor with the morning sun
The ship swept in from sea;
Gigantic towers arose, the night was done,
And--there stood Liberty.

Silent, the great torch lifted in one hand,

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