- The September 2020 issue of Artforum features an in-depth conversation between Nicole Fleetwood and Rachel Kushner, as well as a project statement from Professor Fleetwood in which she introduces some of of the artists featured in Marking Time: Art in the Age of Mass Incarceration: Tameca Cole, James Hough, Mark Loughney, and Jared Owens.
- Andy Horowitz, author of Katrina: A History, 1915–2015, spoke with WBUR (Boston, MA)’s On Point about the structural issues that affected America’s recovery from the now-legendary hurricane—and what more needs to be done.
- At Time, Freedom: An Unruly History author Annelien de Dijn traced how the definition of “freedom” split between political liberals and conservatives.
- The documentary film based on Thomas Piketty’s Capital in the Twenty-First Century can now be streamed on Netflix.
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