July 19, 2016 by

Summer 2016

Stepmothers, from sinister stereotype to contemporary counter-narratives. Campus anti-Semitism in North Carolina, then and now. How boredom in shul was an unlikely career booster. Two daughters report on what they learned from their mothers’ conflicts. Summer fiction to keep you suitably distracted. What does holding a door have to do with gender and power? (Guess again!) And Diane Arbus through a different lens.