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A Haitian Music Oral History That Bends Space and Time

David Hajdu Nathalie Joachim's debut album, Fanm d’Ayiti, bridges vast expanses, bringing together the sounds of Haitian folk music, Western classical music, electronic, and hints of pop. The (...)
18/09/2019

The Business of Being Taylor Swift

Olivia Horn Her latest album, Lover, has been heralded as a return to form. It also presents an opportunity to understand the pop star’s many contradictions. The post The Business of Being Taylor (...)
18/09/2019

How to Send a Message of Solidarity to People in Migrant Detention

Tina Vasquez A new project called Flowers on the Inside allows people to send postcards featuring art from undocumented immigrants to detained migrants. The post How to Send a Message of (...)
17/09/2019

Trump’s Lies Are Getting Even Worse

Tom Tomorrow We can barely remember what last week’s scandal was, and that’s a real problem. The post Trump’s Lies Are Getting Even Worse appeared first on The (...)
17/09/2019

The Philadelphia Female Anti-Slavery Society Starts Its Third Annual Petition Drive for the (...)

Melissa Range The post The Philadelphia Female Anti-Slavery Society Starts Its Third Annual Petition Drive for the Abolition of the Interstate Slave Trade and Slavery in Washington, DC, and the (...)
17/09/2019

The Grimké Sisters at Work on Theodore Dwight Weld’s ‘American Slavery as It Is’ (...)

Melissa Range The post The Grimké Sisters at Work on Theodore Dwight Weld’s ‘American Slavery as It Is’ (1838) appeared first on The Nation.
17/09/2019

His Trusty Sharpie Pen

Calvin Trillin The post His Trusty Sharpie Pen appeared first on The Nation.
17/09/2019

Sally Rooney and the Millennial Novel of Manners

Hannah Gold Her second book, Normal People, mines the travails of Irish youth to tell a decidedly contemporary love story. The post Sally Rooney and the Millennial Novel of Manners appeared first (...)
17/09/2019

The Making of Moroccan Funk

Marcus J. Moore Led by the Casablanca polymath Abdelakabir Faradjallah, the band Attarazat Addahabia defined the sound of the city. The post The Making of Moroccan Funk appeared first on The (...)
17/09/2019

An Astonishing New Cancer Memoir Brings Radical Politics to the Genre

Alex Ronan Anne Boyer’s The Undying insists on a Marxist and feminist reading of the disease, opposing narratives confined to individual triumph or tragedy. The post An Astonishing New Cancer (...)
16/09/2019

Have Americans Become More Conspiratorial ?

Sophia Rosenfeld In their new book, Russell Muirhead and Nancy L. Rosenblum argue that a new form of conspiracy thinking is consuming our culture in dangerous and alarming ways. But is it? The (...)
16/09/2019

Naomi Klein : ‘We Are Seeing the Beginnings of the Era of Climate Barbarism’

Natalie Hanman The No Logo author talks about solutions to the climate crisis, Greta Thunberg, birth strikes, and how she finds hope. The post Naomi Klein: ‘We Are Seeing the Beginnings of the Era (...)
15/09/2019

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