A look at the relationship between crime, policing, and the self-appointed bringer of justice in the Baltimore of popular culture.
Water as an Agent of Change and a Means of Escape in Thomas Hardy's Jude the Obscure and Kate Chopin's The Awakening
"Observation . . . enable[s] the city-dweller to be curious about the world and see urban space in a new light."
A study of the Parthenon Marbles at the British Museum raises questions about "the differences between the museum setting and an object’s original context."
"How do we reconcile social media profiles that live beyond their human counterparts?" On image, memorial, and #BlackLivesMatter.
"What will the power of surveillance machines be used for? Will we remember that we are being watched?" An encounter with artist Addie Wagenknecht's exhibit Shellshock.
A look into the artist known as "Bam Bam, Bronsolino, Mr. Baklava, the Flushing Grizzly, Ill Prosciutto, the Rap Dennis the Menace, and Mr. Wonderful, among other aliases."
"Sometimes, it’s okay to be late to the party." A look at Twin Peaks 25 years after its debut, and on the eve of its return.
"I must have been breathing during those final 30 minutes of the film, but I couldn’t tell you for certain."
Can a distinction of self-awareness advance the current debate on abortion? A critique of Michael Tooley's essay "Abortion and Infanticide."