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How a poet and professor promotes racial understanding with lessons from...

Quraysh Ali Lansana, Oklahoma State University Quraysh Ali Lansana is the director of the Center for Truth, Racial Healing...

‘Laugh right in its face’ – a poet reflects on her...

Rachel Hadas, Rutgers University - Newark During the two years of intermittent lockdown, writers had plenty of time to...

How poetry can help people get through hard times – 4...

Alvin Buyinza, The Conversation When Russia invaded Ukraine, Ukrainian American writer Ilya Kaminsky’s poem “We Lived Happily During the...

How Sylvia Plath’s secret miscarriage transforms our understanding of her poetry

Jason Miller, North Carolina State University In 2017, one of Sylvia Plath’s private letters, which had previously not been...

The ancient history of adding insult to injury

Andrew M. McClellan, San Diego State University At one point in the latest James Bond installment, “No Time To...

Amanda Gorman’s poetry shows why spoken word belongs in school

Kathleen M. Alley, Mississippi State University; Mukoma Wa Ngugi, Cornell University, and Wendy R. Williams, Arizona State University Editor’s...

When Black kids – shut out from the whitewashed world of...

Paige Gray, Savannah College of Art and Design Hanging on the wall in my office is the framed cover...

‘Quarantine envy’ could finally wake people up to the deep inequalities...

Jessica Rosenfeld, Washington University in St Louis In recent months, mental health experts have been drawing attention to what they’ve dubbed “quarantine envy.” Many people, they...

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Threats remain to US voting system – and voters’ perceptions of...

Richard Forno, University of Maryland, Baltimore County As the 2018 midterms proceed, there are still significant risks to the integrity of the voting system –...