Annette Gordon-Reed explores how the public view of Thomas Jefferson has changed.
Eric Deggans explores the intersection of race and today's media culture.
Carrie Sheffield and Taylor Jo Isenberg discuss the gender imbalance in the 113th Congress
Wesley Lowery reflects on his and colleagues' coverage of the 2013 marathon massacre.
Former New York Times journalist Bill Keller discusses his new venture.
Baratunde Thurston examines the identity politics, social attitudes and moral conscience.
John Palfrey discusses the uses, misuses and distractions of the new technological age.
In Memoriam to Richard D. Heffner
Ira Katznelson discusses his new book about the age of Franklin Roosevelt and Harry Truman
Everette E. Dennis discusses the heart of the university's mission in the Middle East.
Political scientist and historian Daniel Jonah Goldhagen discusses his disturbing new book
Rabbi J. Rolando Matalon discusses the role social activism plays in religious life today.
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