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Elizabeth Flock is a reporter and producer for the NewsHour. She can be reached at email@example.com
Elizabeth’s Recent Stories
Arts Oct 15How one corporation exploited the amendment that was meant to protect former slaves
Corporations have often leveraged progressive reforms to serve the ends of business, says author Adam Winkler. "Perhaps more surprising is that corporations have also been innovators in constitutional law."…
Arts Oct 08Why author Adam Winkler doesn’t wait for inspiration to start writing
"I sit down at the computer every weekday morning and begin to write, even if I feel blocked or don’t have much to say," says Winkler, author of "We the Corporations."…
Arts Oct 01Discussion questions for ‘We the Corporations’
'We the Corporations' by Adam Winkler is the October book club pick.
Arts Sep 30‘We the Corporations’ is our October book club pick
Author Adam Winkler argues that the issue of constitutional rights for corporations began long before Citizens United.
Arts Sep 199 books about dance that will change how you see the art form
Those who write about dance are trying to capture the specificity and physicality through words. A number of books can change our understanding.
Arts Sep 17Why Sally Rooney forces herself to slow down as she writes
“I find that when I force myself to slow the pace down a little, I can discover sensory and psychological details I missed or elided in the first draft,” says Rooney, author of "Conversations with Friends."…
Arts Sep 13‘No homeland, no fear’: A conversation with the radical art collective that imagines a borderless America
"Performance artists cannot escape censorship or controversy. It comes with the job," said Guillermo Gómez-Peña of the performance art troupe La Pocha Nostra.
Arts Sep 11Why writer Sally Rooney stopped tying up loose ends in ‘Conversations With Friends’
"Once I identified that impulse, and reasoned myself out of it, I wrote the final scene as it is now – and I felt the novel was finished," Rooney said.
Arts Sep 105 things you might not know about the 19th Amendment
The milestone capped off a decades-long campaign by women who demanded that they, too, be involved in public affairs.
Arts Sep 06The Magic School Bus is back — and it’s tackling evolution
Studying evolution “makes you aware that life is fragile," and that maybe you don’t want to help cause extinction, says the illustrator of the iconic kids’ series.