This month: on racial capitalism, the gendered language of spaceflight, theological inspiration, and the untold stories of editorial negotiation.
This month: on the use of historical analogy, the quantification of pandemics, and the origin of eels.
This month: on totalitarianism, pseudoscience, the making of the English working class, and the sex life of elephants.
Classic books and recent essays that have helped us understand pandemics in the past and present.
This month: on photographic representations of catastrophe, conversations with the Almighty, and the intellectual as worker.
See what our editors have been reading this season Jon The Implicated Subject: Beyond Victims and Perpetrators by Michael Rothberg