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July 13, 2018
The Quilt of Romare Bearden’s Life
For 30 years, the artist worked for the New York City Department of Welfare, a day job that was much more than a necessary evil.
July 3, 2018
Katharine Gates’s Anthropology of Kink
The republication of
provides an opportunity to consider notions of sexuality that are often ignored or minimized elsewhere.
Cassidy Dawn Graves
June 27, 2018
Leave No Trace
offers deep sorrow and great hope, as well as a direct line to a substratum of the American imagination.
June 22, 2018
Kamasi Washington’s Love Letter
Heaven and Earth
is a bold step in Washington’s attempt to make music that explores deeper states of consciousness.
Marcus J. Moore
June 20, 2018
TV for the narrowcast generation.
Loren A. Lynch
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June 11, 2018
Can Farming Save Puerto Rico’s Future?
As climate change alters how and where food is grown, Puerto Rico’s agroecology brigades serve as a model for sustainable farming.
June 8, 2018
At his best, Kanye West could be something of a Walt Whitman with Pro Tools. His new album,
sadly feels like something halted in mid-sentence.
May 25, 2018
Finding a Way Back Home
The many Philip Roths.
May 24, 2018
The Horror, the Horror
As the investigation closes in, the president fears his worst nightmare in the special counsel’s actions.
May 21, 2018
Are Social Media Normalizing Campus Racism?
University officials must do more—their priority should be the well-being of students of color, not the institution’s reputation.