A Political and Literary Forum
In Thrown, Kerry Howley explores the fleeting ecstasy of a brutal sport.
A little surveillance can do us a lot of good.
William H. Simon
History has shown time and again that it is not possible to dehumanize an enemy while treating their cousins, aunts, and uncles with respect.
A crosscultural reading group in Beijing.
If Hamas uses civilian shields, is the IDF responsible for their deaths?
Many more Palestinians have been killed in Gaza than Israelis. Is this, on its own, justified?
F. M. Kamm
In her new essay, F. M. Kamm carefully considers problems of proportionality and justice posed by the carnage in Gaza.
A video of our conversation.
In Response to Vivian Gornick.
When narcissism was pathologized, reformers were labeled as narcissists and discontent swept under the rug. George Scialabba responds.
Dora Russell and the evolution of feminisim.
When is public death meaningful? A case study of political suicide.
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Bram Wispelwey, Michelle Morse
Robin Dembroff, Dee Payton
Noam Chomsky, David Barsamian
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