25 November, 2015

Kanta Dihal

Superstars and Supermassive Black Holes

Kanta Dihal gives her verdict on a new history of black holes.


Joel Krupa

Climbing Mt. Thesis: A how-to guide

Joel Krupa shares Umberto Eco's invaluable advice to young academics


Oliver Neto

Boredom and Paradise: Houellebecq’s Submission

Oliver Neto appreciates Michel Houellebecq’s controversial new novel


Helena F.S. Lopes

Lingering Suffering

Helena F.S. Lopes reflects on a new history of the Chinese Civil War


Shivani Radhakrishnan

The Everyman and His Attachments

Shivani Radhakrishnan considers the moral ambiguities of contemporary Russian cinema


26 October, 2015

Fergus McGhee

Look Again

Fergus McGhee visits Venice in drawings


Alexis Brown

The Act of Looking

Alexis Brown reviews a chilling double bill and its significance for the West


Ryan Azad

Sisters in Law

Ryan Azad reflects on the struggle for women's rights in the Supreme Court


Pierre Antoine Zahnd

Directionality, Space, Sense: The Semiotics of the Word Sonnet

Pierre Antoine Zahnd investigates a little-known poetic form


Frank Lawton

Lighting the Past

Frank Lawton appreciates a new collection of short stories