By Lisa Rosman 6 min read
Though we’ve a long way still to go, women’s rights have been evolving positively and steadily for more than a century. Let’s look at the books, shall we?
By Lauren LeBlanc 6 min read
The work of resistance is never a fixed, quantifiable event. Its impact ripples onward without end, as these books illustrate.
By Jennie Yabroff 4 min read
With the release of Tim Judah's In Wartime, which gives readers a look at what Ukraine once was, we've rounded up the 5 best books on Ukraine and Russia.
By Susan H. Gordon 3 min read
This weekend, get up to speed on Cyprus's dramatic history, reevaluate protest in the 21st century, and prepare for the Final Four.
By Tobias Carroll 4 min read
As protests break out across the states, one hopes that writers will continue to point out flaws where they find them, both taking a stand against injustice and helping to make that struggle more cogent to the rest of us.
By Val Wang 5 min read
The protests in Hong Kong are the largest pro-democracy demonstration in China since Tiananmen Square. Val Wang, author of Beijing Bastard, looks back on her own time in China and the kind of cultural changes she witnessed firsthand.