Magazine

Right, volunteers and activists, gents, ladies and genderfluids, settle down and listen up!

The Delft thunderclap opened new visions, especially for Pieter de Hooch

When the Nobel Prize for Literature was awarded to Austrian writer Peter Handke—infamous for defending the regime of Slobodan Milošević—the world was astonished

Jewish boys who survived the Holocaust recall their time in a charmed Italian villa

Two dramas of gender tension are re-explored for the era of #metoo by the RSC

Schumann’s setting of Faust is an aesthetic and spiritual triumph—and can truly be called heavenly

Leonard Woolf had a logical mind, a lucid style, a rare honesty and a keen eye for cant. He was, after John Maynard Keynes, the most worldly, capable and impressive member of the Bloomsbury Group

Are human rights dependent on “human dignity”—and what does “human dignity” even mean?

It really does not matter what structures are in place to coordinate, direct, and execute strategic military aims; what matters is clarity of responsibility