Writer P. Carl discusses his memoir about gender transition, Becoming a White Man.
Rosalind Morris discusses the social and material consequences following the boom of gold mining in Southern Africa.
Filmmaker Gyula Gazdag is writing a screenplay about WWI German, French, and British soldiers who rise from the dead.
Political philosopher Michael Sandel talks about the rise of populist nationalism and the future of democracy.
Authors of a recent report by the National Committee on American Foreign Policy and the EastWest Institute highlight the need for immediate action by the US and the EU to head off conflict in the Balkans.
Tung-Hui Hu aims to articulate the "lethargy" of being caught inside digital systems of algorithmic control.
Pulitzer-winning author Frances FitzGerald speaks with Terry McCarthy about evangelicals' relationship to Donald Trump and the future of the Republican party.
Rosalind Morris's project encompasses nearly twenty years of field research in South Africa’s gold-mining regions.
Priscilla Layne is completing work on her second book, about German Afrofuturist concepts in literature and theater.
Writer Yaa Gyasi is working on a second novel, about "the costs of assimilation and integration on the immigrant."