Khalil Gibran Muhammad talks about Michael Javen Fortner's new book, and Hanna Rosin discusses David Brock's "Killing the Messenger."
To listen to the Audio Book Club discussion of Station Eleven, click the arrow on the player below. Subscribe in iTunes ? RSS feed ? Download ? Play in another tab This month Slate critics Jamelle Bouie, Hanna Rosin, and Katy Waldman discuss the award-winning post-apocalyptic novel Station Eleven. Show More Summary
To listen to the Audio Book Club discussion of All the Light We Cannot See, click the arrow on the player below: Subscribe in iTunes ? RSS feed ? Download ? Play in another tab This month Slate critics Emily Bazelon, Hanna Rosin, and Katy Waldman discuss the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel All the Light We Cannot See. Show More Summary
My first post responding to Hanna Rosin’s assertion that Joan Holloway’s sexual harassers were cartoon villains was already running long, but I there are a couple more examples that I think are instructive. First, Irin Carmon passes on this from Lilly Ledbetter’s autobiography: It didn’t take too long, either, for me to understand that I […]
Hanna Rosin objects to the sexual harassment depicted on last night’s Mad Men as unrealistically crude: My one problem with the development is that it depended on such obvious villainy. Typically on Mad Men the demons are internal, or historical, or temporarily conjured. But this episode depended on some pretty crudely-drawn enemies. The bros at […]
Last year, Hanna Rosin, a well-known journalist for the Atlantic, wrote an article about her son’s Asperger's diagnosis. He lived with this label for only four months, at which point the disorder was expunged from the DSM V. Now, her...Show More Summary
Yay! Better Than Before was reviewed this weekend in the New York Times, in a piece by Hanna Rosin. You can read it here. Here’s the illustration that accompanied it — flossing seems to be one of the paradigmatic habits-that-everyone-wants. I was thrilled to included — these days, very few of the books that are published get a review there. Show More Summary
Well, probably not in general. Definitely not in politics. And certainly not in Ireland, where in the Republic just 15% of politicians are women. But elsewhere, in the global marketplace this is changing rapidly, as Hanna Rosin points out in her TED talk: …for every two men who get a college degree, three women will more...
Apropos of Jonathan Chait's ["Not a Very P.C. Thing to Say"](http://nymag.com/daily/intelligencer/2015/01/not-a-very-pc-thing-to-say.html) and Hanna Rosin's ["The Patriarchy Is Dead"](http://www.slate.com/articles/double_x/doublex/2013/09/the_end_of_men_why_feminists_won_t_accept_that_things_are_looking_up_for.html),...Show More Summary
Thoughts on changes to the autism spectrum definition, the place of Asperger's, the value of DSM5, and Hanna Rosin's recent Atlantic piece, "Letting Go of Asperger's."
(LiveActionNews) — In an article in the Washington Post, author Hanna Rosin quotes abortion provider Kathy Rogers saying: [RU-486 is] not just a pill; it’s a process. And it’s not going to be fast or easy or simple. Rosin discusses why some women choose to undergo chemical abortions, even though they are so much more […]
HANNA ROSIN ON CAMPUS RAPE INVESTIGATIONS: Many women on campuses may want catharsis rather than rigorous justice, which is fine as long as no human beings are sacrificed.
HANNA ROSIN: The Washington Post Inches Closer to Calling the UVA Gang Rape Story a Fabrication.
Thanks to the Washington Post, Tom Maguire and Hanna Rosin, we have a glimpse of what might have actually happened to UVA’s “Jackie”: A group of Jackie’s close friends, who are advocates at U-Va. for sex-assault awareness, said they believe that something traumatic happened to her, but they also have come to doubt her account. […]
November 18, 2014. Posted by Jay Livingston I Much of Hanna Rosin’s recent Atlantic article “Why Kids Sext” plays on the generational divide. Parents get understandably upset about something that kids see as just another part of social life. Show More Summary
In 1998, it was revealed that The New Republic writer Stephen Glass had fabricated many of the stories he had written for the magazine. Sixteen years down the road, Hanna Rosin, a colleague and friend from the New Republic days, writes...Show More Summary
The New Republic is 100 years old and yet it doesn’t look a day over 23. The first TNR was published November 7, 1914. To celebrate its birthday, TNR has published a special centennial issue featuring content from Hanna Rosin, Hendrik...Show More Summary
Photo by Getty Images. In a cover story in this month’s The Atlantic, Hanna Rosin tackled the question of “Why Kids Sext.” According to Rosin’s article, surveys have found that approximately one-third of children in their upper teens...Show More Summary
"... in the middle of the day and can’t properly pronounce 'mami.' They might do things to women that are worse than catcalling, but this is not their sin." Says Hanna Rosin, analyzing the racial politics of that woman-walking-down-the-street viral video.
The Atlantic and PBS NewsHour announced this morning that they are collaborating to bring stories from the magazine to the news broadcast. The first premieres tonight with NewsHour’s Judy Woodruff and The Atlantic‘s Hanna Rosin, whose...Show More Summary