Ozgur Evren (NES) and Stefania Minardi (HEC Paris): Warm-Glow Giving and Freedom to Be Selfish. Ban Brynne Alexis Sharafi (Cal State-Dominguez Hills): American Multiculturalism, French Universalism, Antiblackness, and the French Headscarf. From ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies, a special issue on educational struggles. The Nazi anatomists: Emily Bazelon on how the corpses of Hitler's victims are still haunting modern science — and American abortion politics. Is this America’s own Pussy Riot trial? US climate activist Reverend Billy faces one year in jail for bank protest. Seth Colter Walls reviews We Have Only This Life to Live: The Selected Essays of Jean-Paul Sartre, 1939–1975. What's the point of literary magazines? It's true that many cannot survive from sales — but this argument can be made about all art. Despite US opposition, UN approves rights to privacy in the digital age. William Davies on the tyranny of intermediaries. Digital delta: Two men from different fields are teaming up to create the future of mapping in one of most biologically diverse wildernesses on Earth. George Musser on what happens to Google Maps when tectonic plates move. From Knowledge@Wharton, an interview with social activist Anna Hazare: “The first task is to remove corruption”. Jeffrey Rosen on how Clarence Thomas does not share the Founding Fathers' view of corruption. Thanks, Internet — you killed the mystery of the music bargain bin.