November 2016

Alexander Dawson
November 30, 2016
With simple elegance, Scholastique Mukasonga etches a dedication at the beginning of Cockroaches that ensures the subjects of her memoir,...
Matthew Shutzer
November 29, 2016
It’s not just repressive policing that connects climate struggles, but global policy frameworks that have privatized the earth’s resources...
Ikram Ullah
November 28, 2016
It has been 141 days since Kashmiris have stood up, most recently, against the tyranny of the Indian occupation in Kashmir. We have faced...
Mary von Aue
November 25, 2016
It was during the final run of Conference of the Birds, the most recent NYU Tisch School of the Arts’ play, that rebel-held Aleppo lost...
Stanimir Panayotov
November 20, 2016
When Duke University Press announced that their Series Q would be officially terminated in 2012, there was already a sense that the...
Andrew Ryder
November 16, 2016
I. Why does the election of Donald Trump feel so different, given that in political history there is always continuity as well as...