Pinot Noir and dignity needs

April 9, 2021

In a memorable scene from the 2004 movie Sideways, one of the main characters describes his love for Pinot Noir, emphasizing its delicacy as a […]

Handwashing without WASH and lockdowns without toilets: critical contradictions amid COVID-19

March 22, 2021

When COVID-19 became a global pandemic, frequent handwashing, lockdowns, and social distancing were quickly prescribed to control spread and limit new infections. Among these measures, […]

Their deaths shame us all: neoliberalism, COVID-19, and the banality of evil

March 16, 2021

In late March 2020, as the potential scale of the COVID-19 epidemic became clear, a televised conversation unfolded between Fox News host Tucker Carlson and […]

The image and failure of white feminism

March 9, 2021

When you work as a writer in various media, you learn to develop your content with a visual element in mind: you hire an illustrator […]

In The Media

China proposes teaching masculinity to boys as state is alarmed by changing gender roles

March 5, 2021

Associate Professor of Politics Joshua Eisenman comments on China’s new proposal to teach masculinity to boys in an NBC News article. “What concerns me most about this […]

Integral human development: A brief history

March 5, 2021

Sometimes documents and phrases need to find their moment. When the Declaration of Independence was published in 1776, it made few ripples. Copies were lost; […]

A relational understanding of human development

February 11, 2021

Notre Dame’s Keough School of Global Affairs has taken the promotion of integral human development as the framework that shapes its research and education programs. […]