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James G. Chappel

James G. Chappel is Assistant Professor of History at Duke University.


Capitalism hasn’t disenchanted the world, a new book argues. Like a bad lover, it beguiles us into spiritual desolation—and only the most utopian politics will break its spell.

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In a new book, philosopher Martin Hägglund argues that only atheists are truly committed to improving our world. But people of faith and socialists have more in common than he thinks.

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Chappel aging feminism

Many Amazon holiday orders will be fulfilled by homeless retirees, America’s newest precariat. Taking better care of them is part of feminism’s next big challenge.

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Secularism is fundamental to liberal governance. But is it sustainable?

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How has neoliberalism become so closely linked with evangelical Christianity?

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