Americas Quarterly

“One Woman’s Intimate Rebellion”

“Reimagining Shakespeare’s Misunderstood Women”

“The Peruvian Town Haunted By a Famous Poet”


“Wang Wei, Poet of Buddhist Emptiness”

“Science and Slavery in Aphra Behn’s Oroonoko

“What Does It Mean To Be German?”

“How Social Upheaval Gave Rise to the Picaresque Novel”

“Julian of Norwich, Anchoress and Mystic”

“How an Incan Nobleman Contested Spanish History”

“The Women (Real and Imagined) Resisting Caudillos

“The Power of Sibling Bonds in The Brothers Karamazov

“The Ghosts of Slavery in Charles Chesnutt’s Fiction”

The Atlantic

“Venezuela’s Coronavirus Crisis Is Different”

“The Bush-Gore Recount Is an Omen for 2020”

“The Life of a Little Black Boy in America”

The Stanford Daily

“Director Alfonso Gómez-Rejón Talks ‘Me and Earl and the Dying Girl’”

“An Interview With the Stars of ‘Me and Earl and the Dying Girl’”

“‘Me and Earl and the Dying Girl’ Is an Instant Coming-of-Age Classic”

“Drone Drama ‘Good Kill’ Misses Target”

“Hollywood and the Sequel Complex”

“It’s Man Versus Animal in Kornél Mundruczó’s Allegorical ‘White God’”

“A Culture of Sexual Violence: Kirby Dick Talks ‘The Hunting Ground’”

“The Humor of Absurdity: Damián Szifrón’s ‘Wild Tales’”

“On Netflix: ‘The Overnighters’ Paints Portrait of Fractured American Dream”

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