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Repost from randommyriad: Jim Jarmusch’s  movie Dead Man is a blending of surreal scenes, beautifully understated acting, and the haunting music of Neil Young’s solo guitar, and it tells the story of William Blake, an accountant from Ohio, who comes to the edge of the American wilderness and ends up moving through a world that is completely alien to […]

https://randomyriad.wordpress.com/2015/11/19/dead-man-death-poetry-and-music-in-the-old-west/

Prof. Lisa Guenther (one of the NewAPPS crew) has been sharing some of her work (both directly with/in the community and in reflection) in an ongoing series of posts that are all worth checking out but this one in particular seemed relevant: here

In our exchange following the post she generously also offered these links which come out of her work and her admiration for the work, among others like Maurice Merleau-Ponty, of Drew Leder:

http://evergreen.loyola.edu/dleder/www/prison.html

http://www.academia.edu/1883215/Social_Death_and_its_Afterlives_A_Critical_Phenomenology_of_Solitary_Confinement

Also See: The Reach Coalition