The urbanization of China and infusion of Western forms amounts to a second Cultural Revolution.
Robert May’s Kids for Cash, Sebastián Lelio’s Gloria, Razvan Radulescu’s Child’s Pose
David Brion Davis’s pathbreaking study of the problem of slavery.
Like a lot of red revolutionaries, Abraham Cahan ended up to the right of where he began.
Diane Ravitch’s latest call-to-arms against the privatization of public schools.
Pete’s fingers can strum no longer, but, thanks to him, people around the world can have many “singing tomorrows.”
The main characters in Melville’s Moby-Dick and Benito Cereno represent the dark, corrupting branches of American imperialism.
MFAs aren’t a problem: it’s artists being content with what they know.