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Manu Joseph makes the case that "a historically wounded people are ready to move on," in Open:
Perry Anderson on Carlo Ginzburg's Threads and Traces: True False Fictive, in the LRB:
Maria Bustillos reviews Tom Bissell's Magic Hours:
Adam Kirsch in Tablet Magazine:
Paul Theroux in the Simthsonian:
Pervez Hoodbhoy in The Express Tribune:
Carl Zimmer in Download the Universe:
Late in his life, Claude Monet developed cataracts. As his lenses degraded, they blocked parts of the visible spectrum, and the colors he perceived grew muddy. Monet's cataracts left him struggling to paint; he complained to friends that he felt as if he...
Angelina Jolie in Time:
Pakistan's first Oscar belongs to a monumental campaign that is changing the legal, social and political fate of survivors of acid-related violence. Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy's documentary Saving Face brought Pakistan's acid-violence problem to the world stage. Today she is...
From Huffington Post:
We came across Sarah Ferguson's "Hillary & I" series a while back, and marveled at the coy and arresting paintings of the Secretary of State. We just never thought of Hillary in that way before. But after "Texts from Hillary" we began to seriously consider the...
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