If we both pretend like I know what I’m doing, maybe that will actually come true.
Dear Reader, let me tell you a story.
An Op-Ed called “‘My Gumdrop Buttons:’ Torture in Animated Entertainment as a Means to Promote the Acceptability of Wartime Ideology.” That’s a pretty good summary.
Social media and Islamophobia: me-oh-my.
Art and culture, or maybe culture and war… or maybe art and war?
On the connection between slave narratives of the yonder years and spoken word poetry of today.
This was supposed to be about food; now it’s a reflection on jus in bello and a statement about hating war.
Sometimes it only takes one to tango. Or, alternatively, a look at the inner wars we face, exposed by a quirky British singer and explained by a philosophical American poet.
An examination of satire, using a highly reputable news organization, a Polish artist, HumCore, and an oddly depressing song.
An out-of-order, retrospective look at the role of women in war, inspired by Disney’s Mulan and Homer’s The Iliad.