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KWAME AN­THONY AP­PIAH teaches phi­los­o­phy at NYU. His new book, The Lies That Bind: Re­think­ing Iden­tity, is based on his

2016 BBC Reith Lec­tures. MARTIN FILLER’s Mak­ers of Mod­ern Ar­chi­tec­ture, Vol­ume III: From An­toni Gaudí to Maya Lin, a col­lec­tion of his writ­ing on ar­chi­tec­ture in these pages, is out in Septem­ber. MARK FORD’s fourth col­lec­tion of po­etry, En­ter, Flee­ing, was pub­lished ear­lier this year. GAVIN FRAN­CIS is a physi­cian and writer in Ed­in­burgh. He has won sev­eral awards for his books, which in­clude Em­pire Antarc­tica, Ad­ven­tures in Hu­man Be­ing, and most re­cently Shapeshifters: A

Jour­ney Around the Chang­ing Hu­man Body. JIAN GHOME­SHI is a broad­caster, mu­si­cian, pro­ducer, and bestselling au­thor. He was the host and co-cre­ator of the cul­tural af­fairs pro­gram Q on CBC Ra­dio and TV from 2007 to 2014. LIND­SEY HILSUM is In­ter­na­tional Editor of Bri­tain’s Chan­nel 4 News and the au­thor of Sand­storm: Libya in the Time of Rev­o­lu­tion. Her bi­og­ra­phy In Ex­tremis: The Life and Death of the War Cor­re­spon­dent Marie Colvin will be pub­lished in No­vem­ber. AR­LIE RUS­SELL HOCHSCHILD is Pro­fes­sor Emerita of So­ci­ol­ogy at the Uni­ver­sity of Cal­i­for­nia at Berke­ley. Her book Strangers in Their Own Land: Anger and Mourn­ing on the Amer­i­can Right was a fi­nal­ist for the Na­tional Book Award. MICHAEL HOF­MANN is a poet and trans­la­tor from the Ger­man. His lat­est trans­la­tion is of Ber­lin Alexan­der­platz by Al­fred Döblin, and his new book of po­ems is One Lark, One Horse. He teaches at the Uni­ver­sity of Florida. JOYCE col­lec­tion CAROL Night-Gaunts. OATES She is the is cur­rently au­thor most Distin­guished re­cently of Writer-in­Res­i­dence the story in the Grad­u­ate Writ­ing Pro­gram at NYU. FINTAN O’TOOLE is a colum­nist with The Ir­ish Times and Leonard L. Mil­berg Vis­it­ing Lec­turer in Ir­ish Let­ters at Prince­ton. His writ­ings on Brexit have won both the Eu­ro­pean Press Prize and the Or­well Prize for jour­nal­ism. LUC SANTE teaches writ­ing and the his­tory of pho­tog­ra­phy at Bard. His lat­est book is The Other Paris. A. E. STALLINGS is the au­thor of four books of po­etry and two books of verse trans­la­tion, most re­cently He­siod’s Works and Days.

Her new col­lec­tion, Like, is pub­lished in Septem­ber. JONATHAN STEVEN­SON is a se­nior fel­low at the In­ter­na­tional In­sti­tute for Strate­gic Stud­ies. He served as Na­tional Se­cu­rity Coun­cil Di­rec­tor for Po­lit­i­cal-Mil­i­tary Af­fairs, Mid­dle East and North Africa, from 2011 to 2013, and has prac­ticed law in New York. DINA TEM­PLE-RASTON has been a cor­re­spon­dent at NPR for over a decade and is work­ing on a tech­nol­ogy project for the net­work. She is the cre­ator and host of “What Were You Think­ing,” a pod­cast on ado­les­cent de­ci­sion-mak­ing and neu­ro­science. COLM TÓIBÍN is Irene and Sid­ney B. Sil­ver­man Pro­fes­sor of the Hu­man­i­ties at Columbia. His lat­est book is the novel House of Names. JAMES WOL­COTT is a colum­nist for Van­ity Fair.

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