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    Profits of Order

    Hollis Robbins looks at the history of "Robert's Rules" and the family of its creator.

    A Panopticon for the Mind: Talking with Ronald Purser about Mindfulness Today

    Clark Strand interviews Ronald Purser about the neoliberalization of the wellness industry and his book "McMindfulness."

    “The greatness of a great nation cannot come only from missiles”: Lung Yingtai on the Hong Kong Protests

    Lung Yingtai speaks of the resolve of Hong Kong protesters against mainland Chinese political interference.

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    The oracle in My Dreams: Talking with Cinelle Barnes

    Stephanie Malak talks with Cinelle Barnes about memory, living undocumented in the US, and her book "Malaya."

    Emerged, Still Emerging: In Defense of the Mid-Career Author

    Joseph Di Prisco discusses the stigmas and difficulties of being a mid-career author as well as the Simpson/Joyce Carol Oates Prize.

    Light a Candle

    Sands Hall discusses her history with Scientology and the inspiration for her song "Light a Candle."

    White Screen/Black Hole: On Daniel Fish’s Theatrical Pas-de-Deux with Don DeLillo

    Elizabeth Wiet reviews Daniel Fish’s 2019 stage adaptation of Don DeLillo’s 1985 novel "White Noise" at NYU's Skirball Center for the Performing Arts.

    The Very Idea of Diplomacy: Talking to Richard Stengel

    Andy Fitch interviews Richard Stengel about the importance of a well-informed citizenry and his book "Information Wars."

    Why We Shouldn’t Fear Joker

    Chris Yogerst examines the history of misconceptions about violent films spurring real-world violence.

    Three Questions: Talking with Jonathan Shapiro about “Sisters in Law” (Sep. 18 – Oct. 13, Wallis Annenberg Center)

    Laurie Winer interviews playwright Jonathan Shapiro about his new play "Sisters in Law" about Justices Ruth Bader Ginsberg and Sandra Day O'Connor.