A personal essay in which Deena ElGenaidi takes stock of the truths she and her Muslim family members hide from one another.
A personal essay in which Hafizah Geter contemplates the personal and cultural legacy of violence against Black bodies.
Scholar Martha S. Jones offers a deep dive on pre- and post-Civil War origins of the birthright citizenship provision of the US Constitution’s Fourteenth Amendment.
“Why did we turn an isolated teenage girl into the world’s most famous Holocaust victim?”
An expose on the $350 million CBD industry pointing to the illegality, lack of regulation, and by and large lack of efficacy of everyone’s new favorite anxiety antidote.
A courageous tribe, a colossal foe, and a terrifying ocean voyage.
“People are sharing their deepest secrets on Facebook. Does the social network understand what it’s gotten into?” (And more importantly, what its responsibilities are?)
Before the internet, music weeklies like NME and Melody Maker shaped English listeners’ tastes and the national discourse. The slower pace of print publishing created a more digestible news cycle, a deeper reading experience, deep loyalties, and a thrilling anticipation between issues.
Using email correspondence and notes from the HBO adaptation of “My Brilliant Friend,” Merve Emre profiles the elusive novelist Elena Ferrante.
Novelist Tayari Jones on the impossibility of the “middle ground” in a moral dilemma.