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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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Free Country

With open arms: on permitless carry and the new generation of guns rights activists Read More

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Another Green World

The big ship: on space exploration, climate change, and a new experiment at Biosphere 2 Read More

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Findings + “An Errand”

The scientific method: on the process of writing short stories, literary nonfiction, and one of Harper’s Magazine’s most well-known sections Read More

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Routine Maintenance

Death to life hacking: on the value and freedom offered by habit Read More

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A Firm Hand

Inside McKinsey and its attempt to reduce violence at Rikers Island Read More

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The Odor of Things

Nobody knows about noses: unpacking new research on our ability to smell Read More

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Desperately Seeking Sebald

Odyssey and oracle: reassessing the iconic German author’s work Read More

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A Posthumous Shock

Rethinking the ways we perceive trauma in the past and present Read More

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Thomas Chatterton Williams

On James Baldwin, expatriate writers, and the tension between the United States and France Read More

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Ad Astra

The space between us: assessing the potential for conflict in space Read More

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Good Mother

On trauma, Native parenthood, and decolonizing journalism Read More

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“Put on the Diamonds”

On the act of eating one’s words (and worse): Vivian Gornick and Sigrid Nunez discuss the experience of humiliation Read More

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To Be a Field of Poppies

Compost yourself: on the social, psychological, and ecological implications of rethinking what happens to our bodies after we die Read More

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Bad News

Nostalgia for something that never was: deconstructing the power of disinformation Read More

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When the Raids Came

A deeper view of life in Afghanistan during (and after) wartime Read More

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Seven Steps to Heaven

The voice: on Jon Fosse’s Septology Read More

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