January 14, 2019
— Kristin O’Brassill-Kulfan
From vagrancy laws to anti-camping statutes, the United States has a long history of proscribing the subsistence activities of impoverished people. Is it finally moving toward the decriminalization of homelessness?
December 14, 2018
A dissection of New York City’s Washington Square Park that showcases the diversity and democracy at work in the tiny park.
December 7, 2018
Check out our Christmas reading list with 12 books for the 12 Days of Christmas, plus a promocode for 25% off and free shipping until 12/18!
December 5, 2018
Joyce Antler discusses Jewish women as history-makers of the Jewish American Hanukkah.
November 21, 2018
—Jennifer Cognard-Black and Melissa Goldthwaite
The Editors of Books that Cook share some of their favorite recipes and meals from their 2015 book just in time for Thanksgiving!
November 19, 2018
—Frank Thames and Margaret S. Williams
Authors of Contagious Representation: Women’s Political Representation in Democracies around the World (2015) show us the global context of the historic 2018 US Midterm elections in regards to elected female candidates.
October 24, 2018
When the nation’s largest and most liberal state banned marriage equality, we were devastated. Sound familiar?
October 15, 2018
—Amber Jamilla Musser
On Simone Leigh’s exhibit at Luhring Augustine and brown jouissance that brings together violence and possibility in the same frame in order to reclaim and remake selfhood.