While Hamilton and Burr competed in the same physical space, social media has brought envy into a wider sphere.

120 Battements par Minute presents an honest portrayal of the French AIDS crisis in the 1990s.

As a transgender womxn of color living in India, Doel Rakshit writes that Pride's roots as a protest movement are more important than ever.

The construction of the wall on the U.S.-Mexico border goes on, pandemic or not.

The question is obviously subjective, for each year brings mawkish eulogies for the nation’s virtue.

On May 18, 1979 William Gass delivered a heavy commencement address at Washington University

As in many great African novels from the 1970's - 1980's, Chipanta addresses the shortcomings of a young nation state.

Lababidi's latest work is shockingly prescient, reminding readers that present events often echo historical ones.

Take a sneak peek at The Mantle's newest release, Khama, forthcoming in July 2020.

Rilke's essays discussing Rodin’s work and development are as revealing of himself as they are of his subject.