By exposing the psychic toll of dispossession, Dylan’s songs suggest why art in our own moment needs to account for the suffering found there.
Timothy Hampton | Jun 17
If medicine could break with its barbarous past, why shouldn’t the same path be open to the social sciences?
Lee McIntyre | Jun 13
Acclaimed translator Mark Polizzotti demystifies the process of literary translation and demonstrates its capacity for art.
The Editors | Jun 10
When we’re lulled into giving up on truth, we give up on critical thought — even dissent itself.
Michael P. Lynch | Jun 6
The Russians may have been winning the space race in the 1950s, but they couldn’t hold a candle to the sophistication of Western dress.
Djurdja Bartlett | Jun 3