On the challenges facing the contemporary writer who dares to question the status quo.
Greeks young and old, workers and professionals, showed that in utter hopelessness you can vote to maintain your dignity.
Student protests in Amsterdam, budget cuts, and the future of the humanities.
In Roland Emmerich’s schlocky disaster film The Day After Tomorrow (2004), a tsunami swamps the New York Public Library and enables some ham-handed scenarios about the fate of books after an environmental apocalypse.
Once again, we can see that almost the entire world is trembling with the expectation of change. It looks like the world is refusing to suffocate itself with the single philosophy and single ideology that is already there for the last 20 years.