Interviewer: RAFAEL KHACHATURIAN. The rise of human rights as an international ideal has not only failed to address the longstanding problem of distributional equity, argues historian SAMUEL MOYN, but has coincided with burgeoning economic...
The authors of "The End of History" and "Reading Lolita in Tehran" discuss coronavirus, Iran, James Baldwin, campus culture, and why imagination and literature are essential to combatting authoritarianism.
As the world’s workforce continues to move online — working from home during the coronavirus pandemic — employees are finding creative ways to appear more online than they really are. Take Zoom. According to its website, there’s a feature that, when...
“You feel radioactive,” say doctors who are treating coronavirus patients while trying, desperately, to protect their own families.
Samuel Moyn“We are standing on the edge of the ocean in the dark. We’re waiting for the wave to hit with no idea how high the wave is going to be. Most people are in complete denial that life can change on a dime. In medicine we know it.” nytimes.com/2020/03/26/opi…@bariweiss