An Arts & Literature Review
A sterling, heroic, thoroughly researched account of the career of Rocky Marciano.
A Darwinian view of whether religion is meaningful and beneficial to society.
A treatment of blackness (or brownness), and of the inextricable violence at the center of its history.
The author is uniquely qualified to show how misinformation campaigns, social media trolling, and electronic espionage have become tools of modern warfare.
An intensely engrossing biography thoroughly grounded on a staggering amount of research.
A new understanding of how this colony’s disappearance continues to define–and divide–America.
A translation that consistently tries to be more literal than the usual modern poetic translation.
The author examines the past, present, and future of what is now an endangered political philosophy.
Plokhy's new history gives us as much about the Chernobyl disaster as we're ever likely to know.
One of the architects the digital world in the 1980s takes aim at social media.
An arts and literature review.
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