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Snapshots of the 1960s Snapshots of the 1960s

Snapshots of the 1960s

Shravan Vidyarthi revisits the work of photojournalist Priya Ramrakha in the U.S. and across Africa

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Snapshots of the 1960s
Snapshots of the 1960s
Thinking About Food Thinking About Food

Thinking About Food

An award-winning cookbook delves into reindeer-herding culture in indigenous communities across the Arctic

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Thinking About Food
Thinking About Food
In Print: “Provocations” In Print: “Provocations”

In Print: “Provocations”

Slavoj Žižek on the 1968 revolution and our own

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In Print: “Provocations”
In Print: “Provocations”
In Print: “Crashing the Party” In Print: “Crashing the Party”

In Print: “Crashing the Party”

The radical legacy of a Soviet-era feminist

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In Print: “Crashing the Party”
In Print: “Crashing the Party”
In Print: “War of Words” In Print: “War of Words”

In Print: “War of Words”

Rodrigo Duterte’s violent relationship with language

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In Print: “War of Words”
In Print: “War of Words”

Snapshots of the 1960s Snapshots of the 1960s

Snapshots of the 1960s

Shravan Vidyarthi revisits the work of photojournalist Priya Ramrakha in the U.S. and across Africa

...
Read →
Thinking About Food Thinking About Food

Thinking About Food

An award-winning cookbook delves into reindeer-herding culture in indigenous communities across the Arctic

...
Read →
In Print: “Provocations” In Print: “Provocations”

In Print: “Provocations”

Slavoj Žižek on the 1968 revolution and our own

...
Read →
In Print: “Crashing the Party” In Print: “Crashing the Party”

In Print: “Crashing the Party”

The radical legacy of a Soviet-era feminist

...
Read →
In Print: “War of Words” In Print: “War of Words”

In Print: “War of Words”

Rodrigo Duterte’s violent relationship with language

...
Read →

Insight & Commentary

Korean media

South Korea’s New Media

Online outlets are following the stories missing from traditional media coverage of the Korean peninsula

History on the Menu

As New York’s Lower East Side changes, neighborhood eateries keep Jewish traditions alive

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