A Political and Literary Forum
Donald Trump’s backers force the U.S. to confront its long-submerged id.
Polls are bad at picking presidents but still have much to teach us.
Claude S. Fischer
The GOP frontrunner thrives on his opponents’ outrage.
Isabel Coixet's Learning to Drive
Alan A. Stone
Lav Diaz's singular approach to history is liberated from the shackles of business-oriented film.
Overestimating the counterculture of the 1960s
Truth in the Films of Errol Morris.
Body cameras and camera phones are constrained by different policies and laws.
Unisex Fashion Fought the Gender Binary, and the Binary Won.
Philip N. Cohen
Online shaming is a cathartic alternative to real efforts at social change.
— and how it became mainstream.
Aziz Z. Huq
Broad City is a platonic “romance between two friends” who happen to be women.
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David Theo Goldberg
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