Link Roundup: A Queen's Story, Pumpkin Spice and More

These links have been sitting in my inbox, waiting to be read. Here I’ve gathered them to share with you for any airport delays, boring work days, or beach browsing:

  Spirit , by Lisa Allen, courtesy of  Studio Gallery . Please do not use without permission from the Gallery Director.

Spirit, by Lisa Allen, courtesy of Studio Gallery. Please do not use without permission from the Gallery Director.

  • Can Anything Stop Pumpkin Spice? [VOGUE]

  • Brett Kavanaugh, Donald Trump, and the Things Men Do for Other Men [The New Yorker]

  • The Complexity of Intersectionality [The University of Chicago Press]

  • Serena Williams Came In on a High Road. It Made Her Fall More Devastating [The New York Times]

  • It’s All In the Family: Intersections of Gender, Race, and Nation [Hypatia]

  • The Outcast: After a Hasidic man exposed child abuse in his tight-knit Brooklyn community, he found himself the target of a criminal investigation [The New Yorker]

  • You’re Making a Better First Impression Than You Think [The Cut]

  • Isaac Asimov Asks, “How Do People Get New Ideas?” A 1959 Essay by Isaac Asimov on Creativity [MIT Technology Review]

  • The Burning House [The Paris Review]

  • Hawaiʻi’s Story by Hawaiʻi’s Queen (This is a full-text, public-domain, nonfiction book, available as a web page) [UPenn Digital Library]

  • This fall, let’s commit to activist travel [The Glassy]