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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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A Look Back on Women’s Suffrage Before the Midterms

Helen Klein Ross revisits the history of women's suffrage and the ratification of the 19th amendment.

Wave of Anti-Semitism Today Resembles Prewar Attitudes Towards Jewish-Led Hollywood

Chris Yogerst on the echoes of prewar anti-Hollywood sentiment in today's anti-semitism.

Building an Inclusive Academy – One Generation at a Time

Sarah Boon on the tempered optimism of Abigail J. Stewart and Virginia Valian's "The Inclusive Academy."

Truth and Testimony: An Interview with Meghan O’Gieblyn

Nathan Goldman talks to Meghan O'Gieblyn about her debut essay collection, "Interior States."

Both the Insiders and the Outsiders: Talking to Julián Castro

Andy Fitch talks to former U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julián Castro about the role of family in a tribalistic political culture.

The 14th Amendment: Bigotry’s Latest Casualty

Bonnie Honig weighs in on recent invocations of the 14th amendment, and urges us to opt-in to citizenship by voting.