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Nabokov’s Berlin

A happy eternal recurrence: on the author’s relationship to fatherhood and time Read More

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Sarah Smarsh on the Midterms

A view from outside the Beltway of what’s at stake this election Read More

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Animal Rights

The heart of the heartland: on the methods and laws factory farms would rather we didn’t know about Read More

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The Right to Not Be Pregnant

Reframing and strengthening fundamental pro-choice arguments Read More

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Louise Bourgeois

On the artist, her life and work, and the experience of seeing Read More

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What Happened to Cecil Rhodes’s Nose?

On problematic statues and new approaches to writing about lingering historical trauma Read More

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Addiction, Recovery, and Experimental Brain Surgery

New ways of thinking about substance abuse, treatment, and sobriety Read More

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Christopher Hitchens

Examining the commentator’s pre-internet celebrity, writing, and legacy Read More

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Guardians of Memory

Working as though everything depended on you: the delicate, dangerous task of preserving religious manuscripts in conflict zones Read More

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Empire Burlesque

Living through the twilight of American global power Read More

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Tree Sleuths

Flat-pack forensics: how scientists are dissembling black market lumber Read More

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The Victim Cloud

The greatest scam in history might be the stigma against those who’ve been defrauded Read More

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Army of Shadows

Over there: breaking through myths about the Ukrainian foreign legion Read More

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Ottessa Moshfegh on Lapvona

It takes a village: the author discusses her latest novel Read More

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The Matter of War

On the front lines in Ukraine Read More

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Down the Hatch

On the past and future of the carnival, one of America’s great institutions Read More

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In the Land of Living Skies

Why it’s important to live in the dark Read More

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Ghosting the Machine

In the uncanny valley of the dolls: Sam Lipsyte investigates digisexuality in Las Vegas Read More

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Who Killed Louis Le Prince?

Ghost in the machine: on the origins of cinema Read More

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Notes on the State of Jefferson

Range wars: a secessionist movement reveals the cracks in American democracy Read More

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I Multiplied Myself

Better living through avoiding it entirely: on the life and work of Fernando Pessoa Read More

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Night Shifts

Perchance to dream engineer: on new research into our sleeping minds Read More

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The Eros Monster

The thrilling, all-consuming, irrational, and outright awful experience of bad romance Read More

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Bright Flight

Illuminations: on fireflies, natural systems, and the complex field of complexity science Read More

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Your Own Devices

Does your phone really belong to you if you can’t repair it? Read More

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Voice Lessons

Gaining a better understanding of elite athletes’ inner monologue, and of our own mental landscape Read More

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National Treasure

On the explosive talent of Nicolas Cage Read More

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Separate and Unequal

The past is always present: examining quotidian life under Jim Crow to reveal its structures Read More

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