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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.

HiLobrow is an English language culture blog[1] and site cofounded by Joshua Glenn and Matthew Battles.

In February 2012, the editorial team consisted of Tor Aarestad, Brian Berger, Barbara Bogaev, Franklin Bruno, Tim Carmody, Patrick Cates, Deb Chachra, Amanda French, Jason Grote, John Hilgart, HiLobrow, Karinne Keithley Syers, Mark Kingwell, Alix Lambert, Chris Lanier, Mimi Lipson, Adam McGovern, Alexis Madrigal, Tom Nealon, Annie Nocenti, Gary Panter, James Parker, Lynn Peril, Greg Rowland, Luc Sante, David Smay, Sherri Wasserman.

The core of the site is sort of canon of hilo-heroes[2], they are organized in generations, a classification scheme[3] by Joshua Glenn that rivals the work of Strauss and Howe.

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