The fog of the culture wars is getting so thick it’s obscuring the facts. Which is, of course, the point. Christopher Pyne is the latest to thunder in, surprising no one with the announcement that Dr Donnelly
Consider this your invitation to join us for a month of exploring interracial and cross-cultural romance. This Wednesday through Feb. 13, the Code Switch team will be holding Twitter chats, conducting
What questions do you have about interracial and cross-cultural romance? That's one of the first things we asked participants on Wednesday in our first #xculturelove chat, which is part of our month-long
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Aesthetic Consumerism and the Violence of Photography: What Susan Sontag Teaches Us about Visual Culture and the Social
“Needing to have reality confirmed and experience enhanced by photographs is an aesthetic consumerism to which everyone is now addicted.” Ever since its invention in 1839, the photographic image and its
Yes, Mr. Brooks, the problem of income inequality is a cultural problem. But it is a culture created in the cossetted right-wing think-tanks of Washington, not in struggling neighborhoods around the country.
Join the conversation: Upload your company culture deck and tag it #CultureCode. Five years ago, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings published a 126-page slidedeck outlining how he hires, fires and rewards employees.