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The question for literature scholars is not should we return to Munro’s stories, but how will we read them now? Alice Munro at a press conference in Dublin, in 2009. (AP Photo/Peter Morrison)

Re-reading Alice Munro in the light of the secrets she kept and pain she caused

Scholars have an opportunity — if not an obligation — to use our re-readings to reckon with sexual abuse of children and the silence that so often surrounds it.
Charles McMillan, a witness to George Floyd’s murder, speaks at the site where Floyd was killed on May 25, 2020, in Minneapolis. Stephen Maturen/Getty Images

Americans used to unite over tragic events − and now are divided by them

Public tragedies are heartrending events that gain widespread public attention. But where once prominent tragedies often brought Americans together, such tragedies no longer unify the country.
According to figures from the Virage survey (2015), in the course of their lives, 3.9% of the men surveyed had experienced sexual violence, compared with 14.5% of women. Pexels

#MeTooGarçons: ‘In France, 80% of violent acts against men affect those under 18’

As #Metoo continues to unfurl in France, men are now also speaking up against abuse they experienced. The Conversation sat down with the country’s first sociologist researching this phenomenon.
Republican presidential candidate and former U.S. President Donald Trump speaks in Rome, Ga. on March 9, 2024. (AP Photo/Mike Stewart)

How ‘himpathy’ helps shield perpetrators of sexual misconduct from repercussions

A new study examines why women who report sexual misconduct often experience retaliation while men who are alleged perpetrators of sexual assault escape repercussions.
Seen through a police vehicle window, Peter Nygard arrives at a courthouse in Toronto on Oct. 3, 2023 for his sexual assaults trial. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Cole Burston

For some of Peter Nygard’s victims, justice was delayed but not denied

On Nov. 12, fashion mogul Peter Nygard was convicted of sexual assaults going back to the 1980s. Research shows that a delay in reporting sexual assault may not impact juries’ decision-making.
Vivien Leigh as Scarlett O'Hara in Gone With the Wind (1939). Archive PL/Alamy

How Vivien Leigh survived Hollywood before #MeToo

As Hollywood continues to reckon with its past, Vivien Leigh’s story is a reminder of the challenges faced by women, even the most successful ones.
Cate Blanchett plays Lydia Tár in the Oscar-nominated film ‘Tár,’ that explores power, gender and sexuality. (Focus Features)

Why we are fascinated by the Oscar-nominated ‘Tár,’ a story of rare female power in classical music

‘Tár’ shines a spotlight on the challenges of working in the ultraconservative world of classical music, including complex social issues such as misogyny, racism and homophobia.

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