A Political and Literary Forum
In her new book, Martha Nussbaum extends her distinguished body of work on liberalism, education, literature, and the emotions by turning to the growing anti-Muslim agitations in Europe and the United States.
David V. Johnson
Toward a realistic world heritage list.
In the 1930s and ’40s, American dance was about working men and women, not dying swans.
Amazon isn’t just bad for cities; it’s also bad for books.
Robin D.G. Kelley’s Thelonious Monk: The Life and Times of an American Original restores the pianist and composer to the history he lived through.
Goli Taraghi accepts the Bita Prize.
Liberals and Libertarians: Kissing Cousins or Distant Relatives?
How growing old shapes aesthetic vision.
Rosamond Purcell's Natural History.
For many critics, photography has become a duplicitous force to be defanged rather than an experience to embrace.
"Whenever I start a new book I have nightmares. Night after night."
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