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Grad School As Conversion Therapy

Grace Lavery asserts: "deadnaming and misgendering are not acceptable scholarly practices, and they are not covered by the principle of academic freedom."

A Reactionary Renaming: Stanford and English Language Politics

Stanford's recent decision to remove monuments of Spanish missionary Junipero Serra ignores the Hispanic legacy in United States history.

It’s Just Not My Life — Julia Kristeva Responds

Julia Kristeva responds to the accusations that she worked as a Bulgarian spy in the 1970s.

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Feminist Ambivalences at Exclusive Women’s Social Club

Danielle Drori reflects on her short-lived membership at the women's co-working space and club The Wing, and Nancy Fraser's theory of feminist ambivalences.

From the Frontlines of a Civilizational Crisis

Rahuldeep Gill, Professor of Religion at California Lutheran University, writes on fire, guns, and the crisis of our times.

Cork, Ireland: The Place of Literature in a City Rising

While Cork, Ireland is a city transformed by globalization and gentrification, it's literary figures still reinforce the city's distinct feel.

An Open Letter to Ken Brecher and the Library Foundation of Los Angeles

An open letter from Antena Los Ángeles to the Library Foundation of Los Angeles protesting the firing of Maureen Moore and Louise Steinman.

Imagining Chicago: The Art Institute of Chicago’s “Never a Lovely So Real”

Eli Rudavsky reviews the Art Institute of Chicago's recent exhibition, "Never a Lovely So Real."

“The Republican Club”: A Teachable Moment

What might a conversation between student and professor about "The Republican Club" look like?

An Existentialist Seoul Bookstore Owner’s Message to His Countrymen: Goof Off for Once

No matter how much of an effort I make to explore Seoul, every so often something reminds me how much …