People talk of a “constitutional crisis” these days as if we haven’t been in one for years, says historian Jason Tebbe.
Politics, like life in general, swings this way and that, but it’s never a simple pendulum.
If the Oscars are any indication, Americans love war, stupidity, royalty, and bestiality.
The President doesn’t just laugh at genocide. He actually cheers it, creating a feedback loop with his most dangerous followers, argues historian Michael E. Carter.
The always great Lizzo likely understands junk race-science better than the other great Lizzo (Warren). Alas.
The constant emphasis on protecting the interests of “high-skilled” workers neglects everyone else and reveals the myopic biases of some migrants, argues anthropologist Stanley Thangaraj.
“Dunking” is a way of fighting back against those seeking to delegitimize our profession, argues historian Chris Deutsch.
Social movements from Occupy Wall Street and Black Lives Matter to #metoo have through their activism rejected the inheritances of the past and created new ways of understanding our contemporary world and acting in the present.