Samantha Rose Hill
Samantha Rose Hill is a writer and Hannah Arendt specialist, formerly assistant director of the Hannah Arendt Center for Politics and Humanities at Bard College. In addition to a biography of Hannah Arendt, she is the author of Hannah Arendt’s Poems (2022). You can find her writing in the Los Angeles Review of Books, Public Seminar, OpenDemocracy, Theory & Event, Contemporary Political Theory, and The South Atlantic Quarterly.
Books by Samantha Rose Hill
Interviews with Samantha Rose Hill
Unimpressed by the response of philosophers to the rise of Nazism in her native Germany, Hannah Arendt rejected the notion of being a philosopher and said she was a political theorist. Samantha Rose Hill, writer and formerly assistant director of the Hannah Arendt Center at Bard College, talks us through Hannah Arendt’s life and work—and suggests which books to read if we want to learn more about her and her ideas.
Interviews where books by Samantha Rose Hill were recommended
Being You: A New Science of Consciousness
by Anil Seth
Critical Lives: Hannah Arendt
by Samantha Rose Hill
The Case for Rage: Why Anger Is Essential to Anti-Racist Struggle
by Myisha Cherry
Four Thousand Weeks: Time Management for Mortals
by Oliver Burkeman
Free: Coming of Age at the End of History
by Lea Ypi
Nigel Warburton—the philosopher, broadcaster and creator of the popular Philosophy Bites podcast—selects five of the best public philosophy books published in 2021, including a defence of righteous rage, an examination of the concept of ‘time management,’ and an intellectual biography of the political philosopher and Holocaust survivor Hannah Arendt.