Thom van Dooren's new book about efforts to save endangered snails in Hawai‘i provides valuable insight into threats to global biodiversity.
Tara Lohan / The Revelator | Jan 9
Blake Atwood, author of "Underground," chronicles how Iranians forged a vibrant, informal video distribution infrastructure when their government banned all home video technology in 1983.
The Editors | Nov 28, 2022
“What can’t go on won’t go on. Capitalism is breaking the system, meaning people’s lives and the biosphere.”
James Bradley | Oct 11, 2022
Media theorist Elizabeth Losh explains how politicians' digital strategies appeal to the same fantasies of digital connection, access, and participation peddled by Silicon Valley.
The Editors | Sep 6, 2022
An excerpt from Chomsky and Moro’s new book “The Secrets of Words.”
Noam Chomsky and Andrea Moro | Jul 7, 2022
Emily West, communication scholar and author of “Buy Now,” offers a cautionary tale of bigness in today’s digital economy.
The Editors | Jun 13, 2022
The Nobel Prize-winning physicist discusses free will, time travel, and the relationship between innovation and scientific discovery.
Adolfo Plasencia | May 23, 2022
This month, we talk to urban designer and planner Peter Calthorpe about his big idea for making California and the rest of the nation more earth-friendly and affordable.
William Shutkin & Andy Bush | May 2, 2022
Alexander Monea, author of "The Digital Closet," argues that the internet became straight by suppressing everything that is not, forcing LGBTQIA+ content into increasingly narrow channels.
Zoë Kopp-Weber | Apr 9, 2022
In conversation with Wendy Fischman and Howard Gardner, authors of “The Real World of College: What Higher Education Is and What It Can Be.”
The Editors | Mar 10, 2022