Matthew B. Crawford is an American writer and research fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture at the [1 ] University of Virginia. He is a contributing editor at [2 ] , and is also a motorcycle mechanic. The New Atlantis
Marshall Institute [ edit ]
In September 2001, Crawford accepted a position as executive director of the
George C. Marshall Institute, but left the institute after 5 months, [3 ] saying that "the trappings of scholarship were used to put a scientific cover on positions arrived at otherwise. These positions served various interests, ideological or material. For example, part of my job consisted of making arguments about global warming that just happened to coincide with the positions taken by the oil companies that funded the think tank." [4 ] [5 ]
Published in London as
The Case for Working with Your Hands. Viking, 2009. ISBN 978-0-670-91874-4.
The World Beyond Your Head: On Becoming an Individual in an Age of Distraction" Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2015. ISBN 978-0-374-29298-0
^ Who We Are – Current Fellows. Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture. Retrieved 2009-07-06
^ Matthew B. Crawford. The New Atlantis. Retrieved 2009-07-06.
^ George C.Marshall Institute, Sept. 2001 press release (web archive) (accessed October 10, 2010)
^ Carolyn Mooney, "A Hands-On Philosopher Argues for a Fresh Vision of Manual Work", Chronicle of Higher Education, Chronicle Review, June 15, 2009. Web version (subscribers only) chronicle.com
^ Matthew B. Crawford, , pp. 108–109, Penguin Press, 2009. Shop Class as Soulcraft: An Inquiry Into the Value of Work ISBN 978-1-59420-223-0
References [ edit ]
Crawford, Matthew B. (2000), "Plutarch on Philosophic Eros and Married Life", in Velásquez, Eduardo A., , Rowman & Littlefield, Nature, woman and the art of politics ISBN 978-0-8476-9247-7
Crawford, Matthew B. (May 21, 2009), "The Case for Working With Your Hands", The New York Times
Crawford, Matthew B. (July 12, 2009). 'Soulcraft' Honors An Honest Day's Work (transcript). Interview with Guy Raz. All Things Considered. NPR.
Fukayama, Francis (June 5, 2009), "Making Things Work (book review)", The New York Times
Garner, Dwight (May 28, 2009), "Books of The Times;Real Men Don't Eat Quiche, They Ride Hogs Over It (book review)", The New York Times
Klein, Ezra (June 1, 2009), "Is Blue Collar Work "Smart?, "" The Washington Post , retrieved November 24, 2010
Sanneh, Kelefa (June 22, 2009), "Out of the Office; Fast bikes, slow food, and the workplace wars (book review)", The New Yorker
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