Q&A

Eliane Brum

Eliane Brum Is in the Reforesting Vanguard Eliane Brum Is in the Reforesting Vanguard

A conversation with the award-winning Brazilian writer and journalist about the politics of the Amazon rain forest, the violence that seethes beneath its canopy, and her new book, ...

May 22, 2023 / Editorial / Lewis Gordon

Camille Dungy on the Bewildering Wonder of Rewilding

Camille Dungy on the Bewildering Wonder of Rewilding Camille Dungy on the Bewildering Wonder of Rewilding

A conversation with the award-winning poet and scholar Camille Dungy about her new book, Soil: The Story of a Black Mother’s Garden.

May 2, 2023 / Q&A / Sara Franklin

A scene from “How to Blow Up a Pipeline”

The First Great Action Movie About Climate Justice? The First Great Action Movie About Climate Justice?

A conversation with Daniel Goldhaber about adapting Andreas Malm's How to Blow Up a Pipeline into a politically-minded thriller. 

Apr 13, 2023 / Books & the Arts / Sam Russek

Alissa Quart

Is the American Dream a Long Con? Is the American Dream a Long Con?

A conversation with Alissa Quart about her new book Bootstrapped, an examination of how the ideology of individualism helped create the conditions for inequality.

Apr 5, 2023 / Editorial / Rhoda Feng

A scene from All That Breathes.

A Meditation on Trans-Species Love A Meditation on Trans-Species Love

The Nation spoke with Shaunak Sen, whose film All That Breathes follows a bird hospital in New Dehli and the monumental mission of saving a city's dying black kites.

Mar 27, 2023 / Books & the Arts / Jasmine Liu

The Obscene Invention of California Capitalism

The Obscene Invention of California Capitalism The Obscene Invention of California Capitalism

A conversation with Malcolm Harris about his new history of Silicon Valley, Palo Alto, the West Coast's settler ideology, and recent turbulence in the world of tech.

Mar 15, 2023 / Books & the Arts / Emma Hager

Marianne Williamson: “Anything Is Possible”

Marianne Williamson: “Anything Is Possible” Marianne Williamson: “Anything Is Possible”

Days after Marianne Williamson announced her 2024 presidential bid, The Nation’s John Nichols spoke with the candidate about why she’s making this run.

Mar 9, 2023 / Editorial / John Nichols

Ben Jealous

Ben Jealous’s New Mission: Saving the Planet Ben Jealous’s New Mission: Saving the Planet

The civil rights leader discusses his position at the helm of the Sierra Club.

Mar 9, 2023 / Q&A / Danielle Renwick

The Creative, Collective, Queer Project of Raving

The Creative, Collective, Queer Project of Raving The Creative, Collective, Queer Project of Raving

In an interview, McKenzie Wark offers insight on the rave as utopia, breaking through gender dysphoria, and her newest work of auto-theory.

Mar 14, 2023 / Q&A / Zoë Beery and Geoffrey Mak

What Are Rules For?

What Are Rules For? What Are Rules For?

A conversation with historian Lorraine Daston about her recent book on the history of rules and how they have structured life across centuries.

May 23, 2023 / Books & the Arts / Ishan Desai-Geller

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