by guest contributors Senjuti Jash and Shuvatri Dasgupta In South Asian historiography myths, local legends, chronicles, and folklores function as
by guest contributor Edmund G. C. King It’s just after 10 am on a dingy December morning in London as I
Like a literary manuscript in a publisher’s office, screenplays face rounds of revision and annotation in the motion picture studio.
by contributing editor Daniel London In the early 1990s literary scholar and queer activist Eve Sedgwick broke rank and attacked
by guest contributor John Pollack ‘Tis the season. Not that season—but rather, the curious period in the United States between
We have a couple of announcements to make with this week’s links round-up. We’re proud to have two new contributing
by guest contributor Rob Koehler Like a lot of college students today, Daniel Tompkins (1774-1825) spent much of his four