For Jennifer Ayres, it’s crucial to name our ecological identity and responsibility.
Vincent van Gogh, Still Life With French Novels and Rose, oil on canvas, 1887.
In Gun Island, Amitav Ghosh practices what he preached in The Great Derangement.
Marie Mutsuki Mockett’s spiritual and cultural pilgrimage through the heart of farm country
Joshua Mezrich weaves professional insight with personal stories.
Mark Wild complicates the conventional account of postwar white flight.
Massive struggle, intense suffering, and abundant joy
Anna Madsen’s theological call for taking a stand
Using case studies, Dána-Ain Davis shows how medical racism hurts black women.
Kiley Reid’s novel about race, class, and good intentions that miss the point
How one youth leader stopped being a chief counselor of fun and discovered something better.
Eamon Duffy’s short biography of the first English saint canonized since the Reformation
Maybe not, say new books by Richard Wrangham and Nicholas Christakis.
How they engaged culture in troubling times
Walter Scheidel’s tour de force of world history is based almost entirely on counterfactuals.
Wright’s rereading of scripture is brilliant. Too bad he’s so disparaging of other viewpoints.