Ruminations on the themes of McCoy Tyner’s life on the occasion of his passing
Professionalism is the ideological terrain on which medicine’s culture interacts with its class politics
When the apparently hard-edged rejection of identity betrays a hidden sentimentalism
With no time for tenderness, I see my body as a sack of flesh and little more
From On Becoming Undone
The dismissals and disparities of the US healthcare system become grounds for a militant call to transform care in a new memoir, Blackfishing the IUD.
A onetime culture-hero of a liberal democracy, OJ Simpson’s manner of relationality is unrecognizable and incommunicable
The Sopranos is about not a crisis of masculinity but a crisis of capitalism
Transmasculinity, feminism, and the politics of online
Gina Apostol’s Insurrecto is a novel that embraces its own instability to narrate the palimpsests of violence that bind the U.S. and the Philippines
The revolution will not be a job fair. No one is gonna check your CV.
To use sound as a tool for theorizing and realizing a more just world, we can’t merely reform Western modernity; we must do something else entirely
Land acknowledgments as acts of institutional inclusion obscure the antagonism that follows from genocide
Long incorrectly associated in the public mind with the political left, Manson wasn’t merely conservative; he might as well have been a Fed
A love letter to Mariah Carey
Calling on “black cyberpunk,” Roy Christopher’s book Dead Precedents: How Hip-Hop Defines the Future bestows the genre with a ghostly pallor, risking its political potential