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    That Better America for Everyone: Talking to Representative Ilhan Omar

    Representative Ilhan Omar talks about a past that led her to stand up for New Americans and embrace the challenges of American democracy.

    Rediscovering Korean Cinema: An Academic Look at the Zombies, Mutants, Criminals, and Prostitutes of South Korea’s Silver Screen

    Colin Marshall looks at a new essay collection about the history and influence of Korean cinema.

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    The Book of Jiyoung: An Explosively Controversial Korean Feminist Novel Comes Out in English

    Colin Marshall revisits "Kim Jiyoung, Born 1982," the debut novel by a former television writer named Cho Nam-joo.

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    Andy Fitch talks with Darrell M. West about how AI transforms our society — for better or worse.

    What Dickens Would Have Thought About Improv Comedy

    Emily Anne Foster relates Middleditch & Schwartz's improv special to the wacky pantheon of Dickens characters.

    That Better America for Everyone: Talking to Representative Ilhan Omar

    Representative Ilhan Omar talks about a past that led her to stand up for New Americans and embrace the challenges of American democracy.

    On Messaging

    Alexander Stern explores the frictionless ease of communication in the digital age.

    The Working Dead: Reviving the Crowd as a Protagonist

    Chas Walker compares the expendability of the crowd in horror films to our current pandemic thinking.