This is the second installment in our forum on the Academy and Democracy, hosted with Tocqueville 21. Each author approaches
By contributing writer Ella Myer Societies have always had to grapple with the meaning of death and of the past.
By guest contributor Morgan L. Green Mid-twentieth-century anthropology was in crisis. Already influenced by World War II, anthropologists in the 1960s encountered
By Editor Spencer Weinreich I read the news today, oh boy. As Shakespeare’s Richard II almost said, For God’s sake,
By Contributing Editor Luna Sarti Something that always surprises me in the perception of river flooding is how we tend
By Zach Bates This is a companion essay to the author’s “The Idea of Royal Empire and the Imperial Crown