Far from marginalizing, queer theory all-inclusive

October 12, 2004
How can you effectively critique an entire academic discipline without ever having taken a class in the field? If all you know about a given subject comes from snippets of reading and hearsay, how can you have sufficient expertise to tear it down? Those are the questions I have for Jamie Kirchick, whose recent column »

Chomsky highlights flaws in ‘Bush Doctrine’

March 4, 2004
The Bush Doctrine of pre-emptive military action is inconsistent with moral truisms, famed linguist and political analyst Noam Chomsky said at the Yale Law School Wednesday. Chomsky spoke about U.S. foreign policy under the administration of President George W. Bush ’68 and compared Bush’s practices with historical precedent, addressing a capacity crowd of undergraduates, law »

Elsadda explores Arab feminism

November 5, 2003
While the phrase “Arab feminist” might seem like an oxymoron, World Fellow Hoda Elsadda is doing her best to dispel that notion. “When I tell an Arab speaker that I am a women’s rights activist, I usually get one of two responses: they either ask, ‘What more do you want? You are a professor at »