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Rebecca Tuhus-Dubrow

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Rebecca Tuhus-Dubrow

Rebecca Tuhus-Dubrow is a columnist for Next City, an online journal of urban affairs.


News and Features

Has digital technology destroyed leisure?

How the rhetoric of ecoetiquette muddies writing about global warming.

Two new anthologies explore the virtues and occasional shortcomings of Bill McKibben's quest for environmental salvation.

Two new books explore the possibilities and ethical complications of assisted reproductive technology.

Demonized for decades by ideological foes on the right and left, the mother of the birth control movement is finally able to speak for herself.

He is using his art to publicize the injustice of the drug laws that put him away.

Thirteen-year-old Idalmin Santana has a ready smile and long braids. She lives with a foster family in Jamaica, Queens, because her parents are in prison.

The US prison system is exacting an increasingly heavy toll, both financial and human.

John Berger, best known for the essay collection Ways of Seeing, is
not a timid writer. His oeuvre comprises novels, poems, criticism and