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What is the Meaning Behind These Categories?

These categories are intended to orient you to the substance of the article and to communicate our framework for understanding the endowments that constitute civic life. This “human ecology” model is at the core of the Thriving Cities Project, a research initiative of the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture.

The Just

On (Not) Welcoming Refugees, Part 1

This week, we offer a set of resources that address the main issues at stake in the president’s executive order on immigration.

By Philip Lorish | Vol. 82

The True

On Measurement & Facts

With so many powerful tools for collecting and disseminating data, how should we decide what to pay attention to?

By Philip Lorish | Vol. 81

The Beautiful

On Monument Wars

This week we bring you two pieces on the so-called “monument wars”—ongoing debates about efforts to remove or dramatically re-contextualize particular public memorials.

By Philip Lorish | Vol. 80

The Sustainable

On Drugs & Pain in America

This week, we bring you stories on the opioid crisis in America—when it began, who it affects, who (if anyone) is to blame, and what (if anything) can be done about it.

By Philip Lorish | Vol. 78

The Just

On Populism

An introduction to Jan-Werner Müller’s new book 

By Philip Lorish | Vol. 77

The True

Top 5 Books of 2016

An introduction to each of Philip Lorish’s “Top 5 Books of 2016.”

By Philip Lorish | Vol. 76

NCC

The True

Top 5 Books of 2016 (list)

An introduction to each of Philip Lorish’s “Top 5 Books of 2016.”

By Philip Lorish |

The True

Stories that Stuck, Part 1

This week, we bring you a list of the best stories we read in 2016, curated by Philip Lorish.

By Philip Lorish | Vol. 74

The Good

On Living in Tribes

An introduction to Sebastian Junger’s Tribe: On Homecoming and Belonging.

By Philip Lorish | Vol. 73

The Good

On Reality TV

An introduction to this week’s articles, on the implications of America’s fascination with reality TV.

By Philip Lorish | Vol. 72

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