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The Empathetic Humanities Have Much to Teach Our Adversarial Culture

If they can encourage us to ‘always remember context, and never disregard intent’ – they afford something uniquely useful today

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From “Islands of Democracy” to “Islands of Totalitarianism”

Notes on my conversation with Daniel Dayan about the disturbing events in France and the United States, and beyond

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University Faculty Should Welcome “Foreign Influences,” Not Police Them

Indiana University instructs faculty to comply with all laws and regulations regarding foreign influences

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Why a Green New Deal is a Great Idea

It links public responsibility, ecological sanity, and economic justice at a moment of manifest political irresponsibility

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Good for Grassroots, Bad for Business

How long can the business community in the United States tolerate Donald Trump as president?

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A Geopolitical Catastrophe for Ukraine: 1918

Experimenting with counterfactual history allows us to reconsider simple questions and search for more precise answers

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