The Politics of Blame by Sulmaan Khan

At first glance, few would seem as well qualified to write about America’s performance in the war against terror...

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A Lady’s Choice? by Raina Lipsitz

Although I’m still reeling from ABC’s “The Bachelor,” I decided to give the network a second chance...

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Letter to an Undergraduate from Christy Anderson

Christy Anderson is an associate professor of History of Art. Her publications include Inigo Jones and the Classical...

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Shipwreck by Louis Begley, reviewed by Russell Brandom

Shipwreck by Louis Begley Knopf, 256 pp, $23.00 reviewed by Russell Brandom Shipwreck is a deceptively simple novel,...

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Profs’ Picks

Dudley Andrew Professor of Comparative Literature, Co-Chair & DGS of the Film Studies Program I’m such a...

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You Are Here: Personal Geographies and Other Maps of the Imagination book by Katherine Harmon reviewed by Allie Stielau

The twentieth-century illustrator John Held, Jr., perhaps most famous for his depictions of the Jazz Age, was also a...

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