Professor, Social Critic Camille Paglia Reviews 'The Doors' in 'The New York Times'
Her Greil Marcus book review adds to a long list of opinion pieces featured in publications around the world
December 9, 2011
University Professor of Humanities and Media Studies Camille Paglia reviewed the The Doors: A Lifetime of Listening to Five Mean Years written by Greil Marcus in the December 2 issue of The New York Times Sunday Book Review.
A frequent contributor and critic on art, literature, popular culture, feminism, politics and religion for publications around the world, other opinion pieces include the U.K.'s Sunday Times Magazine cover story, "Lady Gaga and the Death of Sex," and "Revalorizing the Trades," featured in the 10th-anniversary issue of The Chronicle of Higher Education Review. Her 1990 New York Times op-ed piece, "Madonna – Finally, a Real Feminist," was selected as one of the newspaper's most significant in the past 40 years.
Paglia is the author of numerous national best sellers and is a columnist at Salon.com, as well as a co-founding contributor, beginning with its debut issue in 1995. She is also a contributing editor at Interview magazine and a member of the editorial board at Arion, a scholarly journal of classics and the humanities.