Jennifer Senior writes for a number of publications, including New York magazine.
Why parents hate parenting.
New York and the invention of modern childhood.
New science on its corrosive, traumatizing effects.
The New School president lost his lower leg in Vietnam, fought countless battles in the Senate, even ran for president. But nothing prepared him for the insurrection he now faces.
As it approaches its tenth year, our nation’s longest war is showing signs of waning. Meanwhile, our soldiers are falling apart.
Manhattan is the capital of people living by themselves. But are New Yorkers lonelier? Far from it, say a new breed of loneliness researchers, who argue that urban alienation is largely a myth.
Rage, powerlessness, magical thinking—why is how we think about politics increasingly mirroring the mind-set of a small child?