"One thing that sent Christine Blasey Ford to therapy in 2012 was a marital disagreement about a house renovation," writes Bonnie Honig.
Brad Evans on the prescience of Mark Rothko’s work, which “opens up wounds in time.”
Verna Kale writes on the under-appreciated comedy of Hemingway's classic, "A Farewell to Arms."
Nicholas Miriello on Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation: "those who’ve been privileged to forget will continue to outweigh those who’ve long been carrying the burden to remember."
For her Art Inside series, Annie Buckley reflects on the Arts Facilitator Training, a program for incarcerated individuals to lead classes for their peers.
Bob Blaisdell struggles with Tolstoy and Knausgaard.
Despite criticisms, Marlena Trafas argues that “Sierra Burgess is a Loser” portrays deep truths about plus-size teenage insecurity.
Andy Fitch interviews Ezra Klein, the editor-at-large and founder of Vox, and host of the podcast The Ezra Klein Show.
Beverly Glass reviews Howard Bryant's latest book, "The Heritage: Black Athletes, A Divided America, and the Politics of Patriotism."
Megan Pietz reviews May-Lan Tan's "Things to Make and Break."