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Time Stands Still at the Super Bowl: Trump, Rules, and the Banality of American Liberalism

Leigh Claire La Berge on the Super Bowl LII and the fetishization of rules.

The Campus Antifascist Network is Winning the Fight Against Fascism at Universities

Founders of the Campus Antifascist Network argues that fascism is not free speech, and that fascists should not be given a platform on University campuses.

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Only Connect: On The End of My Career by Martha Grover

Art Edwards reviews "The End of My Career" by Martha Grover.

Both Attaching to Texts and Inventing Them: Talking to Brian Glavey

Andy Fitch interviews Brian Glavey, author of "The Wallflower Avant-Garde: Modernism, Sexuality, and Queer Ekphrasis."

On Fear and Immortality: Dara Horn and Thomas Pierce in Conversation

Authors Dara Horn and Thomas pierce discuss the role of immortality in their new novels "Eternal Life" and "Afterlives."

Cover Me: On A Kind of Mirraculas Paradise

Lauren Kinney reviews "A Kind of Mirraculas Paradise: A True Story About Schizophrenia" by Sandra Allen.

Autumn in New York

Greg Gerke considers real estate and construction in his neighborhood of Park Slope, New York.

Drinking With the Ghost: Alice Dunbar-Nelson in New Orleans

Katie Orphan visits the French Quarter of New Orleans to visit with the ghost of Alice Dunbar-Nelson.

Simon Winchester’s Korea, 30 Years On: Classic Travelogue or Cultural Offense?

Colin Marshall considers Simon Winchester's" Korea: a Walk Through the Land of Miracles," 30 years after its publication.