Grace Lavery asserts: "deadnaming and misgendering are not acceptable scholarly practices, and they are not covered by the principle of academic freedom."
Stanford's recent decision to remove monuments of Spanish missionary Junipero Serra ignores the Hispanic legacy in United States history.
Julia Kristeva responds to the accusations that she worked as a Bulgarian spy in the 1970s.
Magdalena Edwards interviews Idra Novey, author of "Those Who Knew."
Helen Klein Ross revisits the history of women's suffrage and the ratification of the 19th amendment.
Chris Yogerst on the echoes of prewar anti-Hollywood sentiment in today's anti-semitism.
Sarah Boon on the tempered optimism of Abigail J. Stewart and Virginia Valian's "The Inclusive Academy."
Nathan Goldman talks to Meghan O'Gieblyn about her debut essay collection, "Interior States."
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.
Bonnie Honig weighs in on recent invocations of the 14th amendment, and urges us to opt-in to citizenship by voting.