August 29, 2016
RULERS AND SHOES by Chandra Gurang The rulers, Covering their filthy feet With different design of shoes Feel secure. The shoes also Having...
blog
November 10, 2015
It is problematic to bottle the Palestinian struggle and history into numeric stages. Over the past several weeks, international media have...
blog
June 21, 2015
In the week after Eric Casebolt of the McKinney Police Department provided backup for two women’s racist assaults on black teens enjoying...
Opinion
December 4, 2014
Bahrain, an absolute monarchy and a US-designated major no-NATO ally (MMNA), is nonetheless considered by the US government to be a...
blog
February 16, 2015
Building on the work of her previous books Precarious Life: The Power of Mourning and Violence (2004), and Frames of War: When is Life...
Reviews
July 2, 2014
When does political art advance a political agenda, and when does recognizing the political as art strip it of political power? Does...
Reviews
June 26, 2014
The Orchard of Lost Souls is not an easy read. The writing is lucid, the events gripping and the characters, for the most part, delineated...
blog
March 20, 2014
Lourdes Garcia-Navarro's recent article on NPR , posing the question of which location is "more" sexist, the Middle East or Brazil,...
Reviews
November 8, 2012
Joan Didion writes, “we tell ourselves stories in order to live.” Rachida Madani’s Tales of a Severed Head gets at the very heart of why we...