Tag: Andrew Rose
The Language of RegimeApril 2016
The journalist on reporting from a post-revolutionary Iran and tracing the rich ferment of its intellectual and social history.
Andrew Rose: Capturing Reality and Erasing MemoryMay 2015
On the sublime in Sally Mann, the painful reminders of Nan Goldin, and the impossibility of understanding the past.
The ContenderMarch 2015
The former New York gubernatorial candidate on misperceptions of big government, the poetry of politics, and why “it would be a tragedy if [Hillary] ran in an uncontested primary.”
We Contain MultitudesFebruary 2015
The trans author and journalist on masculinity and male privilege, writing about the body, and crafting new narratives about gender identities.
Courtney Moreno: An Ambulance in Los AngelesSeptember 2014
Andrew Rose talks to Courtney Moreno about her new novel, the specter of PTSD, and hazing in medicine.
Kevin Thomas: Books, Comics, and the Procrustean BedJuly 2014
Andrew Rose interviews cartoonist/reviewer Kevin Thomas on distilling 1,000 pages into nine graphic panels.
Andrew Rose: Whitesplaining Tiananmen SquareJune 2014
On bridging the gap between Western fact and Chinese experience, twenty-five years after the June Fourth Incident.
Andrew Rose: All of These Things Look Just Like the OthersApril 2014
The more late night talk shows stick with white, male hosts, the more obsolete they become in today’s America.