A diary from two days in Dallas
An interview with director, writer, and activist Astra Taylor about her film What is Democracy?
The New Inquiry editors discuss last year’s so-called “Summer of Scam” and its endless aftermath
A movement that conjures the specter of an enemy that it seeks to annihilate
Crushing lays bare the potential of boundless desire, enabling us to embrace brutal vulnerabilities that are often subordinated to everyday expediency
An interview with David Scott about his book Stuart Hall’s Voice: Intimations of an Ethics of Receptive Generosity
Aging, as a staged theme, provokes other forms of performance to become strained and uncertain
White supremacist heteropatriarchy blames black women for the "absent black father," invisibilizes the women who most suffer from that father's absence, and uses that invisibility as the foundation of male identity