An American director is using theatre to help people from different walks of life confront trauma and loss.
Mark Greif's essays are an earnest attempt to examine the points of friction between capitalism and our daily lives.
Numbering in the tens of thousands, are Pakistan’s infamous religious schools really beyond reform?
After 20 years as a Catholic priest, Richard Barton is struggling to understand why it took him so long to leave the church.
The assumption that homophobic attackers are themselves secretly gay lets straight society off the hook.
Although they worked within a religious framework, many philosophers in the Islamic world were pioneers of rational thought.
This book, detailing women's sexual lives, purports to show raw womanhood - but lacks an overarching analysis.
London’s secret network of underground tunnels provide a physical history of the nuclear war that never was.
A new book challenges the idea that modern science gave birth to unbelief, tracing it back to the Greeks and Romans.
Adam Rutherford's new book, on the miracle of human genetics, is not merely informative, but wise.
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