Inexplicably acclaimed, Rooney’s novel offers canned millennial gender play with a scrawny garnish of warmed-over Marxism.
The Taiwanese drama provides insight into how our legal and medical systems handle mental illness, says physician Emily Lu.
Mindy Kaling’s new Netflix series raises a vexing question: even if we agree that representation matters, what counts as good representation?
The Good Place’s finale reminds us of things we never knew — like the impossibility of Heaven, and the reality of our singular, inescapable loneliness.
“There is war, but always elsewhere,” poet Jillian Weise says of reading The Economist. Americans…
White men — what are they thinking? What do they think about what they think? Is it good to write thinkpieces on thinking about how white men think?
It’s hard to believe we’re now so far from the “post-feminist” moment of the 1990s and early 2000s. We find ourselves in a very different place today.
Like The Andy Griffith Show, the near total absence of black characters on The Beverly Hillbillies made the show’s southernness more viable to its millions of viewers. It taught them that erasing was easier than confronting the weighty problem of white southern racism.