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    Profits of Order

    Hollis Robbins looks at the history of "Robert's Rules" and the family of its creator.

    A Panopticon for the Mind: Talking with Ronald Purser about Mindfulness Today

    Clark Strand interviews Ronald Purser about the neoliberalization of the wellness industry and his book "McMindfulness."

    “The greatness of a great nation cannot come only from missiles”: Lung Yingtai on the Hong Kong Protests

    Lung Yingtai speaks of the resolve of Hong Kong protesters against mainland Chinese political interference.

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    Matteo Cossu interviews David Senior about the work of art collector and dealer Steven Leiber.

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    "Has capitalism in fact been built, given all that has happened since the possibility of transition was opened up in 1992?"

    The oracle in My Dreams: Talking with Cinelle Barnes

    Stephanie Malak talks with Cinelle Barnes about memory, living undocumented in the US, and her book "Malaya."

    Emerged, Still Emerging: In Defense of the Mid-Career Author

    Joseph Di Prisco discusses the stigmas and difficulties of being a mid-career author as well as the Simpson/Joyce Carol Oates Prize.

    Light a Candle

    Sands Hall discusses her history with Scientology and the inspiration for her song "Light a Candle."

    White Screen/Black Hole: On Daniel Fish’s Theatrical Pas-de-Deux with Don DeLillo

    Elizabeth Wiet reviews Daniel Fish’s 2019 stage adaptation of Don DeLillo’s 1985 novel "White Noise" at NYU's Skirball Center for the Performing Arts.