A round-up of some of The New Inquiry's favorite articles on and against love
We made you a Valentine.
The riots that "destroyed" Watts in 1965 gave the neighborhood's residents a sense of pride and power
To kick off our Interviews issue, we are giving you a double dose of shrooms for the weekend. Anna Tsing is an anthropologist whose latest…
If all writing in public is a form of seduction, then the interview is one of the subtlest come-ons.
Appetite binds you to the social and develops a taste for it in you, and for you in it.
The editorial note to TNI Vol. 47: Goodnight.
The keystone of the Fascist doctrine is its conception of the State, of its essence, its functions, and its aims.
From Palestine to North Dakota, this issue is an open dig site.
To celebrate the release of our November issue, DIG, we will be hosting the U.S. premiere of contributor Anna Zett’s film, This Unwieldy Object, plus a…
As the border patrol for all the borders capitalism designs, the very job description of policing ensures that none of its agents can be “good.”
These fakes are just trying to keep it real.
Ten Minutes Older, the 1978 film by Herz Frank, director of Beyond the Fear.
The knowledge of paternity is said to be the origin of human society as we know it: that is, born of women's labor but held in men's name.
Fans aren’t the irrational ones