Paul Collier’s “The Future of Capitalism” argues for reviving a sense of rootedness and a web of reciprocal obligations.
As waves of immigrants from Taiwan, Hong Kong and China arrived in Lower Manhattan, Bud Glick documented Chinatown and provided much needed detail and context for a community often reduced to clichés.
One of Israel’s most prolific writers, he published numerous works of both fiction and nonfiction, and his writing was translated into more than 35 languages.
The hard-right government has accused the French of disrespect and of trying to culturally appropriate the artist in a dispute over loaning his works.
Hosts remained obsessed with President Trump’s Twitter feed and behavior, with the occasional nonpolitical joke feeling like water in the desert.
The museum and other cultural organizations were singled out in a paper demanding that the German government cut funding to groups hostile to Israel.
Government officials from Senegal and the Ivory Coast ask for African treasures to be returned.
In focusing on the testimonies of women, the documentary aims to memorialize an overlooked feminist “revolution inside the revolution.”
A monthslong celebration of the playwright a decade after his death is both exhilarating and exhausting in its urgency.