A Political and Literary Forum
On the hundreth anniversary of suffrage, it’s time for gender equity in political office.
Jennifer M. Piscopo, Shauna L. Shames
Lonely Christopher's Death and Disaster Series.
The American workplace increasingly rewards (and expects) long hours.
Claude S. Fischer
Sex work may be a profession, but that doesn't make it a source of empowerment.
Michaele L. Ferguson
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.
Friends, Bitches, Countrymen: Contemporary Feminist Poetics
When is public death meaningful? A case study of political suicide.
It is easy, but wrong, to see development in terms of 'genes for X' or a nature/nurture balance.
Two radical notions in the early 1970s, having a black president and permitting homosexual marriage, have pretty much come to pass.
Little attention has turned to what may be the most revealing element of her defense.
Welfare policy breeds distrust, which in turn undermines outcomes. Judith A. Levine offers modest proposals for how we can reach the most disadvantaged among us.
Judith A. Levine
In the marriage and voting rights cases, the world outside powerfully affected the court.
Pamela S. Karlan
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David Theo Goldberg
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