Over the objections of Israelis, the director’s new Palestinian-centric film premiered at the General Assembly Monday.
Can psychoanalysis find a home in a Confucian communist state? Dr. Elise Snyder thinks it can.
Benjamin Kunkel exploded onto the literary scene in 2005 with his debut novel, “Indecision.” Jeanne Park spoke with him in Buenos Aires about his forthcoming projects, the global sovereign debt crisis and his adopted country’s love affair with psychoanalysis.
A new book and exhibit revisit the legacy of a master photographer. Samuel Bourdin, the artist’s son, spoke with Need to Know for this audio slideshow.
Samuel Bourdin discusses his father’s photographs and legacy.