Welcome to What We’re Reading, an exclusive fortnightly recap for our supporters at the Affiliate Publisher level and above. This is where we highlight articles, books, and blogs we’ve been reading, have read, or find too interesting not to share. The content shared here need not necessarily reflect ideas we agree with or endorse. It might even be concepts or ideas we disagree with strongly. Rather, this is just an assorted collection of works we have consumed or are in the process of consuming. Hence the title: What We’re Reading. We’ll also highlight podcasts and videos occasionally. — Malhar MaliHelen PluckroseOliver Traldi  

Malhar’s picks

Glenn Loury and John McWhorter, “It feels good to be a victim

James A. Lindsay, Helen Pluckrose, and Peter Boghossian, “Is Intersectionality a Religion?

Wesley Yang, “The Bari Weiss Pile-On” — Tablet Magazine

Oliver’s picks

S.A. Dance, “Incomprehension 501: Intro to Graduate School” — Quillette

Theodore Kupfer, “The Big Tech Backlash” — National Review

The Center Left is on Life Support” — National Review

Walter Olson, “Yale and the Puritanism of ‘Social Justice’” — Wall Street Journal

Helen’s picks

David Brooks, “Understanding Student Mobbists” — New York Times

Saloni Dattani, “Steven Pinker’s Counter-Counter-Enlightenment” — Quillette

Michael Gerson, “The Last Temptation” — Atlantic

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