Tag: katherine rowland

Everything Just Disappeared

February 2015

In Gavdos there is a sort of collective protest against the past. Not against history and the stubborn patterns we mistake for certainty, but against all evidence of time beyond the beach.

Prison Journal of a Child Bride

August 2014

At times I wonder whether they considered me a human being or a lamb to sacrifice for their own good.

Talking Clean and Acting Dirty

June 2014

The “father of environmental justice” on the politics of protection and vulnerability.

The Science of Sex

December 2013

The journalist on researching lust, the myth of female monogamy, and why “voyeurism is essential to good writing.”

The Afterwar

October 2013

The Pulitzer Prize winner discusses PTSD, returning home from the front lines, and America's "haphazard system" of veteran care.

Freedom’s Ill Fortunes

September 2013

The New Yorker journalist on the decadence of Washington, Wall Street, and Silicon Valley; institutional decay; and the widening gulf between rich and poor in America.

It’s All in Your Head

July 2013

People come to think of their unhappiness as a disease, rather than the result of a traumatic world.

Waging Peace

June 2013

The West Point grad turned anti-violence advocate on the havoc of trauma, the false security of war, and training peace activists to be more like soldiers.

Interior Lives

May 2013

The award-winning novelist on the fluidity of sexuality, the intersections of art and selfishness, and her most recent book, The Woman Upstairs.

The Honey Trap

February 2013

The training camp where Stasi once learned to catch secrets with sex is a now free-love commune. But even free love isn’t easy. Meet a radical community’s jealous lovers.

Katherine Rowland: City of Light, Laboratory for the Future

December 2012

Inside the community of Damanhur, where devotees safeguard connections to the stars, study alchemy, and prepare to rebuild human civilization.