Marjorie Perloff weighs in on the Avital Ronell case in response to Jon Wiener's BLARB essay, arguing that the "real victim is the university at large."
In the fall of 1975, Audrey Murray's father signed up for Russian 101 and purchased a copy of the required textbook...
The Relentless Picnic podcast highlights the power and impact of simple conversations among friends.
David Shook interviews Jen Bilik, co-author of "This is (Not) L.A."
Robert Wood interviews Michael Mohammed Ahmad, founder and director of Sweatshop, and author of "The Lebs."
Lynn Ellen Patyk considers charismatic and bureaucratic authority, and explains why she puts her hope in Robert Mueller.
Austin Adams reviews Ben Marcus's "Notes from the Fog."
Thomas Patier writes on feeling in Abdellah Taïa’s “An Arab Melancholia.”
Colin Marshall on the distinctive dialect of Korea's second-largest city, Busan.
George Estreich reads the anonymous NY Times op-ed "for what it is: an attempt to make a future excuse for the conduct of the entire Republican Party."