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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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Men in Dark Times

The banality of misreading Hannah Arendt’s The Origins of Totalitarianism Read More

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Waterlog and Green Green Green

Surf and turf: Leanne Shapton on Roger Deakin’s swimming memoir and Gillian Osborne on her wild essay collection Read More

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Home Country

False cognates: on the diversity and shared experiences within the Latino community Read More

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A Complicating Energy

I never knew I needed you: the detrimental effects of isolation and the importance of strangers Read More

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The Man Who Loved Presidents

Thomas Frank on The Soul of America Read More

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Hard Bargain

On the ground during the unionization effort in Bessemer, Alabama Read More

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Prayer for a Just War

Don’t keep calm and carry on: a new way of thinking about action on climate change Read More

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Stages of Grief

History will recall: ACT UP, COVID-19, and the arts Read More

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The Anxiety of Influencers

How to gain followers and influence people: TikTok superstars and the perils of our algorithm-driven society Read More

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The Lightning Farm

Cruel and unusual: as more states abolish capital punishment, what will happen to federal prisoners sentenced to die? Read More

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