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Katie Dyson

217 days ago

Five Women

thisamericanlife.org

Katie Dyson

218 days ago

The Costume Immigrants Wear

elle.com

Katie Dyson

224 days ago

"In framing a group of feminists as metaphorical instruments of a totalitarian state, Roiphe and other #MeToo critics suggest that dissent—which is really what the new wave of feminist activism against workplace abuse is, since most of the people she names are young workers—is oppression. When a person with a prominent voice suggests that they are being victimized for their beliefs, they are engaging in a kind of politics that refuses conversation."

Losing the Twentieth Century

newrepublic.com

Katie Dyson

224 days ago

Monica Lewinsky: Emerging from “the House of Gaslight” in the Age of #MeToo

vanityfair.com

Katie Dyson

224 days ago

"And higher education institutions ― the rank-and-file workhorses ― don’t have a voice telling the story of who we are, who we serve and how we work. Racist ideologies fill the void, telling a compelling story where we haven’t written one. People are listening."

The Real Threat To Campuses Isn't 'PC Culture.' It's Racism.

huffingtonpost.com

Katie Dyson

224 days ago

"To Brooks, poetry was citizenship. In Chicago, her radicalism is at center stage."

Chicago’s Particular Cultural Scene and the Radical Legacy of Gwendolyn Brooks

newyorker.com

Katie Dyson

224 days ago

What Are We Doing Here?

nybooks.com

Katie Dyson

224 days ago

"Today, #MeToo marks the site of a struggle for the chance to work with dignity. Sexual harassment serves to keep women precarious, blocking access to capital—literal, social, cultural—and to the networks that distribute it. At the same time, it is the precarity of so much work that makes many women vulnerable to harassment in the first place."

The Internet of Women

logicmag.io

Katie Dyson

224 days ago

The Breakup Museum

vqronline.org

Katie Dyson

224 days ago

The Misguided Drive to Measure ‘Learning Outcomes’

nytimes.com

Katie Dyson

224 days ago

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Katie Dyson

246 days ago

Pop Culture’s Great Awokening

thecut.com

Katie Dyson

246 days ago

In the Maze

nplusonemag.com

Katie Dyson

246 days ago

No One Is Silencing Katie Roiphe

thecut.com

Katie Dyson

254 days ago

The Baby, the Book, and the Bathwater

theparisreview.org

Katie Dyson

254 days ago

"Because cross-country skiers are existential heroes in goggles and tights. Instead of offering us distraction — the glittery melodrama of figure skating or the quirky novelty of curling — cross-country skiers lean right into a bleak truth: We are stranded on a planet that is largely indifferent to us, a world that sets mountains in our path and drops iceballs from 50,000 feet and tortures our skin with hostile air. There is no escaping it; the only noble choice is to strap on a helmet and slog right in. Cross-country skiing expresses something deep about the human condition: the absolute, nonnegotiable necessity of the grind. The purity and sanctity of the goddamn slog."

What Cross-Country Skiing Reveals About the Human Condition

nytimes.com

Katie Dyson

262 days ago

The female price of male pleasure

theweek.com

Katie Dyson

262 days ago

Taylor Kitsch Forever

gq.com

Katie Dyson

263 days ago

'Ope!': People are talking about the non-word Minnesotans use for 'Excuse me'

citypages.com

Katie Dyson

265 days ago

Under Neoliberalism, You Can Be Your Own Tyrannical Boss

jacobinmag.com

Katie Dyson

267 days ago

The End of the Awl and the Vanishing of Freedom and Fun from the Internet

newyorker.com

Katie Dyson

267 days ago

Maybe Men Will Be Scared for a While

thecut.com

Katie Dyson

267 days ago

The Strange Comfort of Victimhood

jezebel.com

Katie Dyson

267 days ago

I Used to Insist I Didn’t Get Angry. Not Anymore.

nytimes.com

Katie Dyson

273 days ago

How Edith Wharton Changed My Understanding of Marriage

electricliterature.com

Katie Dyson

273 days ago

Searching for the Self-Loathing Woman Writer

hazlitt.net

Katie Dyson

273 days ago

elle.com

Katie Dyson

305 days ago

Moms Are Main Characters Too

buzzfeed.com

Katie Dyson

307 days ago

The Unsexy Truth About Harassment

nybooks.com

Katie Dyson

307 days ago

This Moment Isn’t (Just) About Sex. It’s Really About Work.

thecut.com

Katie Dyson

307 days ago

In search of nuance with Maggie Nelson

thefader.com

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