A new generation of female singers are rejecting patriotic tub-thumping and documenting the dark heart of rural America.
Elfriede Jelinek's play is a blistering indictment of European asylum policy, and the indifference or hostility of some Europeans.
Numbering in the tens of thousands, are Pakistan’s infamous religious schools really beyond reform?
Sara Khan's book is essential reading for those who care about building and maintaining a peaceful, plural society.
The assumption that homophobic attackers are themselves secretly gay lets straight society off the hook.
Identity politics is back with a vengeance in 2017 – but one particular kind of identity is often left unexplored. Lola Okolosie and Vron Ware ask why.
A new book asks if microdosing LSD could make you happier and more productive. Why might we need such a helping hand?
Donald Trump’s populism has a striking precedent. So what can we learn from the Berlusconi era?
A new book challenges the idea that modern science gave birth to unbelief, tracing it back to the Greeks and Romans.
Chemistry, Biology, Physics: Three scientists talk through big recent developments in their fields.
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