• Nostalgia and Delirium in “Qua Cơn Mê”

    Frances An analyzes two takes on the same song, “Qua Cơn Mê” (“After the Nighmare”), about the aftermath of the Vietnam War.

    Privacy is Doomed. What’s new?

    Firmin DeBrabander writes about the construction of privacy in modern times and the failures of community it has wrought.

    The Enduring Relevance of Liberal Arts in India: Henry Derozio and the Bengal Renaissance

    Liesl Schwabe dives into the history of the Bengal Renaissance and one its start figures, Henry Louis Vivian Derozio.

    Fake Books and Fake News

    Jessica Pressman tells a history of fake books in the era of vanity and disinformation.

    Reading Havel in Hong Kong — and Arendt in Bangkok

    Jeffrey Wasserstrom shares the Thai preface to his recent book "Vigil: Hong Kong on the Brink."

    Gilberto Perez and “The Imprint of Life” on the Cinema Screen

    Eric Gudas thinks back on the impacts of his film mentor, Gilberto Perez.

    Pearl Harbor in Film and Myth: 79 Years Later

    Spencer Cohen inspects the construction of the Pearl Harbor mythos in the American cultural imagination.