Charles C. Mann's 1491 & 1493.
Articles By: Eli Kozminsky
Hailing from the Keystone State, Eli Kozminsky '14 was the Senior Books and Arts Editor of the Harvard Political Review in 2012. His interests include social and political theory and music. His non-interests are primarily writing blurbs about himself. If you want to contact him, his prolix email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seven HPR writers discuss and critique Anne-Marie Slaughter's article, "Why Women Still Can't Have It All"
Fixing gender inequality begins with implementing policies aimed at helping women.
We need to acknowledge that de facto segregation—of schools, of neighborhoods—is still segregation.
Historical literature and the politics of warning, from Machiavelli to Netanyahu.
Some of the more interesting excerpts from Terry Eagleton's newest book, which will be reviewed in our summer issue.