Articles

Oxana Shachko, in memoriamThe Paris Review Daily

Marlene Dumas’s drawingsGARAGE

Dora, a Viennese teenager; ELIZA, a botReal Life

Paris, well after the attacksThe White Review

The “AI Gaze.” GARAGE

A chatbot that spills milk. The Paris Review Daily

Nuclear waste, a memory of war, the French countrysideReal Life

Ukrainian refugees called Femen in their Parisian exileThe White Review

Regarding the pain of robotsReal Life

Personality need not be human. New Yorker online

As humans grow up, our bugs become featuresReal Life

Robots’ rights, women’s rightsReal Life

Full Brightness, a setting. The New Inquiry

An essay about reincarnation and so on, honored by The Missouri Review

Her death just before this research trip I’d planned held irony that was demonstrable—but to what end?

Ahmad Kaddour’s paintingsThe Los Angeles Review of Books

Reviewing Of Men and War, about trauma therapyHarvard Magazine

Orwell, Barcelona, and the Spanish squatters’ movementThe Los Angeles Review of Books

City and attacksThe Morning News

A long-lived squat, a preemptive elegy. Collected in Making Room (Other Forms, 2015). First published at Guernica

Pride in ParisGuernica

The whitewashing of MarseillesThe Atlantic

Architect Michel Holley, dreams at a distanceCityLab

One in a series of profiles of those impacted by the “fracking” natural-gas boomPittsburgh Post-Gazette

Education reform in New HavenThe New Journal

Feng shui applied to me and to a city. The New Journal