How does the lack of equal and unbiased representation in television marketed for children affect their sense of self and self-worth?
A conversation with scholar and political theorist George Shulman about his teaching at Gallatin, the history of the School, and the ways in which speech and political theory are forms of storytelling.
"When we don’t know the words to say how we feel, we turn to food to say it for us." Recipes from the Chinese diaspora in the U.S. South.
She puts on long, droopy earrings and stares back at me in the mirror. Try these, she says, and hands me a pair of danglies. You have perfect ears, she says. Look, she says. Perfect. Look at your earlobe.
Vietnam, 1953: the last of the rain/ has settled. a rainbow/ begins to form as i/ go out to grab some/ groceries. the produce/ man smiles and waves/ as i head home./ metal against wood./ burning embers./ boiling broth./ and just like that:/ dinner is served.
Like the Greek tragedy of its time, The Bachelor is one of the best modern portrayals of the human condition.