Greg Ellis reads Milan Kundera Warned Us About Historical Amnesia. Now It’s Happening Again, Ewan Morrison’s essay celebrating the 90th birthday of the Czech novelist. It was published in Quillette on March 31, 2019.
Greg Ellis reads The Children of the Revolution, James David Banker’s essay about China’s cultural revolution. It was published in Quillette on 18th December 2018.
Greg Ellis reads Ideology and Facts Collide at Oberlin College, Daniel McGraw’s essay on the legal dispute between a bakery and the liberal arts college that ended with a $33 million payout to the small business. It was published in Quillette on June 20, 2019.
Toby Young reads Cometh the Hour, Cometh the Man, his profile of Boris Johnson, Britain’s new Prime Minister. The piece was published in Quillette on 23rd July.
Greg Ellis reads Watching My Own Excommunication—on a Facebook Video, Sky Gilbert’s essay about being expelled from a theater company that he founded for being insufficiently woke. It was published in Quillette on 1st June 2019.
Greg Ellis reads Immigration Policy and the Rise of Anti-Democratic Liberalism—the Case of Israel, Gadi Taub’s essay about how Israel is struggling to cope with a rising tide of illegal immigration. It was published in Quillette on 4th July 2019.
Greg Ellis reads A MeToo Mob Tried to Destroy My Life as a Poet, Joseph Massey’s harrowing account of being targeted by a Social Justice outrage mob. It was published in Quillette on 28th June 2019.
Greg Ellis reads Divorce and the ‘Silver Bullet,‘ James C. Coren’s essay about the lies that couples tell when their marriages end in order to obtain custody of their children. It was published in Quillette on 16th April 2019.
Greg Ellis reads Reparations and Ta-Nehisi Coates’s Pyrrhic Victory, Coleman Hughes’s essay about how the cause of reparations got taken up by the front-runners for the Democratic Presidential nomination, thereby proving America isn’t as racist as Coates claims. It was published in Quillette on 17th March 2019.
Greg Ellis reads How a Rebellious Scientist Uncovered the Surprising Truth About Stereotypes, Claire Lehmann’s article about Lee Jussim, the maverick social psychologist who discovered that stereotypes accurately predict academic achievement, personality and behaviour. It was published in Quillette on 4th December 2015.