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Someone’s Daughter

by Naghmeh Sohrabi
Recollecting the revolution in Tehran

The Roman Roots of Racial Capitalism

by Nandini Pandey
What an ancient empire can teach us about diversity

Sarah Bernhardt’s Knee

by James N. Green
Feminine "respectability" on the Brazilian stage

Abuse of Authority

by Saira Mohamed
The injury of illegal orders

Artist Portfolio: Amy Kurzweil

Hyper-specific observations in one (or more) panels

Race to the Top

by Mosi Secret
Shaking up the segregated South

Franklin, 1969

Fiction by Ayana Mathis
From the novel The Twelve Tribes of Hattie

Fresh Air

by Susan Bernofsky
Thomas Mann and the literature of contagion

The Subject Shouldn’t Change

A brief interview with Claudia Rankine about whiteness

Left Alone

by Lois Banner
Greta Garbo's search for solitude

The Engineer’s Art

by Tom Conley
Surveying the origins of the French cartographic imagination

The Flattening Kurve

by Wolf Schäfer
Why has Germany done so well in the fight against coronavirus?

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