Annie Buckley reviews the “Made in L.A. 2023” exhibit at the UCLA Hammer Museum....
Essays from the world of letters, art, and ideas.
Four Palestinian poets write in a time of catastrophe.
Kate Manne argues that contemporary philosophy has a trans problem.
Todd May argues that we should resist echo chambers that reinforce our beliefs by taking a step back, taking a deep breath, and taking stock.
Megan Wachspress argues that the relationship of leftist activists to their own whiteness is shaping the current wave of anti-Israeli campus protests.
From the Archive
"L.A. hip hop, like the punk and skateboarding subcultures of the 1970s, had sprouted from the imaginations of forgotten kids..."...
Vanessa Wills argues that philosophical engagement is a necessary alternative to anti-intellectual nihilism and resurgent authoritarianism.
Jay L. Garfield defends the practice of philosophy as a political and aesthetic enterprise
George Yancy introduces a series of essays on practical philosophy.
A new poem from Palestinian writer Mosab Abu Toha in Gaza.
Oluremi C. Onabanjo describes the wealth of art exhibited at the 35th Bienal de São Paulo.
Melissa Chan writes about the performance of Wagner operas in China.
Azeta Hatef reviews the Hulu reality show “Secrets & Sisterhood:The Sozahdahs."
Five poets commemorate Louise Glück, including Paul Tran, Katie Peterson, Spencer Reese, Elisa Gonzalez, and Richie Hofmann.