“This photo is about a lot of things, but one of its defining features is its heterosexuality.”
Andy Fitch discusses misconceptions about Nietzsche with philosopher Brian Leiter.
Colin Marshall looks at the aesthetics, both perceived and real, of Seoul and Los Angeles.
Joseph Darda looks at the history of the term "defense" in American politics.
"You don’t need the approval of the canon’s ghosts or a publisher to convey daily reactions to encounters with systems of oppression."
Robert Chandler remembers the cruelty of NATO in Serbia in 1999.
Claudia Ross delves into the COLA 2019 show at the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery.
Claire Oleson reviews Nomi Stone's new book of poetry "Kill Class," about her experiences in mock Middle Eastern villages in North Carolina.
Sophia Stewart discusses the bittersweet second and final season of Phoebe Waller-Bridge's "Fleabag."
"This election became a contest of personalities — Modi versus Gandhi."