America has thrived despite a long history of ignorant voters making questionable decisions and unqualified elected officials implementing abysmal policies.
Danny Oppenheimer and Mike Edwards | Jun 29
Hypocritical and random in nature, citizenship is an empty rhetorical shell deployed to perpetuate abuse, dispossession, and exclusion.
Dimitry Kochenov | Jun 24
An expert in citizenship reveals the concept’s totalitarian, racist, and sexist underpinnings and considers alternatives.
Dimitry Kochenov | Nov 14, 2019
A century after the arrival of commercial neon signs, they have become a metaphor for our simplistic, slogan-obsessed culture.
Luis de Miranda | Jul 15, 2019
Projections may be affecting the very future they are attempting to predict.
Keren Tenenboim-Weinblatt | Jul 11, 2019
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, 2019
When we’re lulled into giving up on truth, we give up on critical thought — even dissent itself.
Michael P. Lynch | Jun 6, 2019