Mark Braude on Napoleon's Quarantine on Elba

The Emperor's New Digs

An Interview with Mark Braude

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The man who reshaped Europe spent a long time in isolation, with results that no-one predicted.

Don't Know Much

An Interview with David Dunning

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The eminent psychology professor and co-discoverer of the Dunning-Kruger Effect on what we know, what we don't, and what we don't know we don't know.

  Ethan Stiefel on modern ballet and choreography

Dance First, Think Afterwards

An Interview with Ethan Stiefel

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A renowned dancer and artistic director talks about his unconventional career.

  Yohanan Plesner on Netanyahu and Gantz

Ceasefire?

An Interview with Yohanan Plesner

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A former cabinet minister and Knesset member and current head of the Israel Democracy Institute talks about the political situation in Israel.

Book of Life

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Karen Young founded an organization to help Alzheimer's patients. In the post-COVID world, that effort looks radically different.

Light in the Darkness

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The religious symbol with the longest history of use has meant many things to many different groups, Jewish and otherwise.

  Andrew Blauner on the genius of <em>Peanuts</em>

Good Old Charlie Brown

An Interview with Andrew Blauner

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Charles Schulz's Peanuts can still delight, sadden, and fascinate us seven decades after it premiered in newspapers. We spoke with the editor of a Peanuts writing anthology about why.