Bob Dylan's Nobel award opens up questions of music as literature, as well as how the Nobel committee chooses its honorees.
"The Sellout" uses satire to depict race relations, but is this an inappropriate way to address complex conversations, or a step toward a solution?
Look Who's Back's brutal satire raises questions about juxtaposing comedy and tragedy.
Are politicians wrong to appropriate music for their own purposes? Your answer probably depends on how you read literature.
Interns Conner Gordon and Connor McAndrew take a look at the NRA's controversial, firearm-themed retelling of childhood fairy tales.
On January 1, Anne Frank's diary was published online by more than one person, despite outcry from the Anne Frank Fonds, the foundation founded...
Part of Post-World War II policy in Germany was to ban Nazi propaganda and symbols from being displayed. This includes propaganda from the Nazi...
The release of author Harper Lee's long-awaited second novel, Go Set a Watchman, has sparked controversy even before hitting the shelves. Central among these...
In defense of incorporating first-person into academic texts of all kinds.
Drawing on images of beauty and atrocity alike, the poems of ISIS spark questions of how literature is defined.