The EDA’s second volume of essays is the discussion topic on the Zero Squared podcast this week as the philosophy lecturer Alfie Bown represents the aims of Every Day Analysis Collective and speaks up on Twerking and Turking both.
Writing for the Irish Times Matt Foley said of the EDA:
These young thinkers use what they have – intelligence, resourcefulness and an eye for the everyday – to produce readings at a pace that the academy cannot mirror. At its best this collection sets a precedent for a new generation of critical engagement with popular culture. EDA is fighting to carve a new space for the intellectual in popular media. Its battle is just beginning.