Did the 2016 election portend the rise of Christian nationalism?
Only two years ago, the percentage of Americans who identified being a Christian with being an American had dropped precipitously from its post-September 11 hike.
Just one-third of Americans in 2014 said being Christian was very important to being a “true American.” That was down from the nearly half of Americans who felt that way in 2004, the General Social Survey found.
Sartre, de Beauvoir, and Camus have something to say about living authentically.
Writing may not cure cancer, but it helps with the side effects.
Jonathan Safran Foer asks what it really means to say, Here I am.
Fiction and photographs offer nuanced depictions of conflict.
A Berkeley academic empathizes with antigovernment Louisianans.