in this issue:
Souvenirs and Memory: The Meaning of Lost Family Photos
– Rachel Mabe
Slicing out a moment and freezing it — but how many moments can we keep?
Can Europe Innovate a Way Out of Its “Lost Decade”?
– R. Sean Randolph
However you look at it, much of Europe has experienced a lost decade. With austerity, high debts, slow growth, and limited ability to reinvest in a middle class, how can Europe regain its footing?
Pariah: Can Hannah Arendt Help Us Rethink Our Global Refugee Crisis?
– Jeremy Adelman
Camps and pariahs are still with us. They have never been more numerous.
Living on the New Frontier
– Zachary Laub
What happened when the United States hoped to build an urban idyll in Colombia?