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Prof. Julie Suk on why formal legal equality isn’t enough and what it takes to create meaningful gender equality under the law.
“I’m almost at a loss of finding words to adequately describe the corruption and the evil at COP28,” says Dr. Peter Kalmus.
Professor Philip Ewell on how we decide what music is worthy of scholarly attention, and how to make music theory more welcoming for everyone.
Financial reporter Zeke Faux, author of a new book on Sam Bankman-Fried and the bizarre world of crypto scams, joins to tell us what he witnessed in crypto-world.
Lorne Stockman of Oil Change International explains what will be needed to successfully prevent complete climate catastrophe.
Journalist Nick Dearden on the basics of “pharmanomics.”
Journalist Nathan Thrall on what the human consequences of Israel’s occupation of Palestine have been, and why the collective punishment of Gaza must end.
Benjamin Fong’s ‘Quick Fixes’ offers a nuanced and fascinating look at the intersection of capitalism and chemical dependency.
Political scientist Jerome Slater on how the refusal to grant Palestine a state set the region on the course for disaster…
How did we come to believe that we can be anything we want to be? And what are the consequences of ascribing godlike powers of self-creation to human beings? Author Tara Isabella Burton explains the culture of “self-making.”
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