Jeremy Waldron (NYU): Jurisprudence for Hedgehogs. Simon C. Estok (Sungkyunkwan): Cannibalism, Ecocriticism, and Portraying the Journey. Sebastian Benthall on “Weird Twitter”. Elizabeth Warren tackles Wall Street: The reform-minded senator talks tough, and she knows where the bodies are buried. Wanted — Macho Men with Mustaches: Nicole Pasulka on how the Village People brought regulars from New York City’s gay bars into the hearts and homes of mainstream America. Can a coup ever be democratic? Joshua Keating investigates. Laura Dean on why marginalizing the Muslim Brotherhood is a mistake. The rise of smart beta: Terrible name, interesting trend in fund management. Terminal cartography: Frank Jacobs on a world map of death. From TLS, from setting the table to town-planning, the daily choice of circular over perpendicular in prehistoric — and modern — societies is a religious and political act. How FDR hurt Jewish would-be immigrants: Ira Katznelson reviews FDR and the Jews by Richard Breitman and Allan J. Lichtman. Help, I'm a racist and I don't want to be: Admitting it is the first step, but it's not enough — what you do at this important juncture matters. Mob of democrats: Egypt isn’t the only country where elected leaders are being ousted in the name of democracy. Maggie Severns and Asawin Suebsaeng on the 5 biggest bros and 5 biggest hipsters in Congress.