Grieving online, the myth of human nature, and the mirage of big data: our top 10 long-reads.
Mark Greif's essays are an earnest attempt to examine the points of friction between capitalism and our daily lives.
Our pick of the books we wrote about this year.
The fashion industry has great power to shape the way women are viewed. What happens when religion is added to the mix?
A new adaptation of Michael Crichton’s “Westworld” invites the audience to sympathise with its android characters.
Q&A: Ece Temelkuran's new book tries to explain Turkey's current turmoil to a global audience.
For years, Dylan’s music hasn’t strayed too far from the weary attitude that we’re in a world gone wrong.
Jules Howard's new book makes multiple perspectives on death chime in life-affirming harmony.
After the catastrophe of Chernobyl, Soviet architects built a new ideal city on humanist principles, the Ukrainian town of Slavutych.
Join us on 29 November to launch our Winter 2016 edition
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