Associate Professor, Brown University
Holly Case is an associate professor of history at Brown University. Her latest book is The Age of Questions (2018).
Politics and government
The horror of sameness
What people most fear is not difference, but a world in which nothing and nowhere is unique, in which everyplace is the same
The new authoritarians
Last century’s dictators wanted to reinvent their subjects as ‘new men’. This century’s strongmen just don’t care. Why?
Mad, or bad?
Even in the decade of dissent, Thomas Szasz stood alone when he attacked the idea of madness from the political Right