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Naomi Klein: We Are Sleepwalking toward Apocalypse
Klein talks about her new book,
On Fire: The Burning Case for a Green New Deal
, and the youth movement for climate action.
Three poems by writer and musician David Berman.
On Brands’ Bad Social Media
The phenomena of brands trying to tweet like teenagers might be new, but brands have been trying to seem cool for decades.
What’s Causing the Rise of Hoarding Disorder?
Now that the DSM lists severe hoarding as a disorder apart from OCD, psychologists are asking what explains its prevalence.
The Digital Voyage
Making Men Online
How the internet has both reinforced and tweaked traditional gender pathologies, especially for boys and men.
Summer Reading in JSTOR
Stories by Meg Wolitzer, David Sedaris, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, E. Annie Proulx, Amy Tan, Donna Tartt, Lydia Millet, Lauren Groff, and more.
Arts & Culture
Fifty Shades of Affective Labor for Capital
Fifty Shades of Grey sells an absurd fantasy version of a romantic relationship—as between man and woman, so between capitalism and female workers.
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