Nathan Kalman-Lamb dissects the motivations of Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner, who joined his victorious teammates after testing positive.
Khameer Kidia finds similarities in the cults of portraiture for Robert Mugabe and Donald Trump.
Andy Fitch talks with US Senator Sherrod Brown about the varied tenets of progressive representative politics and his book "Desk 88."
Nevada Ryan is only asking us to slow down.
Madeleine LaRue talks with Amanda DeMarco, translator of Nathalie Léger’s latest novel "Exposition."
"Even when transplanted to the other side of the world, it seems, a man from an island not known for its pleasant weather will seek out more of the same."
Andy Fitch talks with Jeremy Fortier about frustrated desire and his book "The Challenges of Nietzsche."
Thomas McLean traces the work and mythic nature of New Zealand modernist artist Colin McCahon.
Spencer Cohen takes a look at how the shockwaves of the Hiroshima atomic bomb reverberate 75 years later — during a pandemic.
Andy Fitch talks with Wolfgang Ischinger, Germany’s former deputy foreign minister and former German ambassador to both the US and the UK.