In Europe and the US the migratory surge of the last decade has provoked profound institutional and political crises. It has overwhelmed existing systems for processing undocumented immigrants ...On December 20, 2018 / By John McClure
I dreamt I was in a small cabin on an island and I was writing page after page. The words poured out of me as if they had ...On December 20, 2018 / By Jack Halberstam
Sometime in May, 2012, I was standing by a mass grave in a forest near Łopuchowo, Poland. I was seventeen and, along with many of my classmates, I ...On December 20, 2018 / By Ben Libman
Fans of HBO’s Sharp Objects or the Gillian Flynn novel of the same name will remember the story’s “woman in white”—a ghostly figure that has reportedly been seen ...On December 20, 2018 / By Emily Foster
May Hawas’s compelling—and funny—essay “How Not to Write about Cosmopolitan Alexandria” exemplifies how to write about Alexandria. Hawas critiques how others have written about the city, its history, ...On September 17, 2018 / By Deborah Starr
In early January 2014, some three months after the publication of my Alexandrian Cosmopolitanism: An Archive, a British professor e-mailed me to say he was reviewing the book ...On September 17, 2018 / By Hala Halim
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