Caroline Kuritzkes on Jedediah Purdy's After Nature
David Bromwich on Howard Hawk's The Big Sleep
Hannah Hauptman on how we map our world
A poem by Caroline Kanner
Alejandra Padín-Dujon on Achille Mebembe's Critique of Black Reason
Alex Zhang on Rosalind Rosenberg's Jane Crow
Micah Jones on Mark Lilla's The Once and Future Liberal
Sergio Infante on Timothy Snyder's On Tyranny
Caroline Kanner is in her final semester at Yale, studying Cognitive Science and its intersections with education. She is a senior editor at the Yale Literary Magazine and is on the board of directors of The Arete Project.
Alexander Zhang, a senior in Yale College, is a BA/MA candidate in American Studies.
Micah Jones is a first year PhD candidate in African American Studies and History at Yale. She graduated from Yale College in 2016 and won the Wrexham Prize for the best senior essay in the humanities.
Hannah Hauptman is a senior at Yale studying environmental history. She has written for These Fifty States and the Chicago Journal of History, among others.
Alejandra Padín-Dujon is a senior at Yale majoring in Mathematics and Philosophy and Modern Middle East Studies. She has contributed articles to DOWN Magazine, the Yale Daily News, Peacefare.net, and Accent Magazine.
David Bromwich is Sterling Professor of English at Yale.
Caroline Kuritzkes is a senior at Yale majoring in history with a concentration in Latin America. She is from New York and works as a translator for the Yale Law School's immigration clinics.
Sergio Infante is a senior at Yale, where he majors in history. He is from Bogotá, Colombia.