Posts from Popula

Which Part of This Was Written by an AI?

by

... and which part by Harry Siegel?

From Popula
On June 20, 2022
Categories

I took a tricycle to the hospital

by

I hardly leave my house, but I had to go there; I was going abroad and needed to be double vaxxed before traveling.

From Popula
On June 2, 2022
Categories

Religion and Politics in Ukraine

by

A combustible mixture since 988

From Popula
On May 27, 2022
Categories

Big Money Media is Older than You Think

by

A Q&A with Victor Pickard, University of Pennsyvania

From Popula
On May 20, 2022
Categories

Sticking the Landing of the Pandemic in Taiwan

by

Moving past COVID-zero into a safer future.

From Popula
On May 25, 2022
Categories

The Sun Also Sets, in Luxor

by

Conserving Wonder and Power in Egypt

From Popula
On May 17, 2022
Categories

Seven

by

Before the Russian officers drove my grandparents out of their house at the end of the war, the German Nazis had driven them out of the house at the start of it.

From Popula
On May 12, 2022
Categories

The West Sees the World

by

on transnational media and the war in Ukraine

From Popula
On April 25, 2022
Categories

When My Indian Parents Went Online

by

Societal rupture reflected in one family's life on the internet

From Popula
On April 11, 2022

a big faith in goodness and beauty and power of moral uprising

by

an email from a friend in Gdansk

From Popula
On April 12, 2022
Categories

War and Soccer

by

How one man's goals helped heal a war-torn country

From Popula
On March 28, 2022
Categories

ICYMI: Republicans Heart Putin

by

gazing into the soul of the Republican Party's deepening admiration for the Russian dictator

From Popula
On March 21, 2022
Categories

Popula Film Club: Global Journalism Evolves, in ‘Writing with Fire’

by

a new Oscar-nominated documentary from India

From Popula
On March 15, 2022
Categories