Then everything changed

A new issue of Multicultural Shakespeare is out. Larissa M. Katz (Toronto): Property’s Sovereignty. Rodrigo Cordero (Diego Portales): Critique, Power and History: On Reinhart Koselleck’s Contributions to Critical Theory. Kaya Genc on why Turkey stuck with Erdogan: In June, it looked like his party’s hold on power was slipping — then everything changed. Is Justin Trudeau too sexy? His critics have made much of his looks — but it’s his sexually liberal policies that may bother them more. Me Inc.: Ann Friedman on her paradoxical quest to build a personal brand. Toby Young on the fall of the meritocracy: The left loathes the concept of IQ — especially the claim that it helps to determine socio-economic status, rather than vice versa — because of a near-religious attachment to the idea that man is a piece of clay that can be moulded into any shape by society. Have microaggression complaints really launched a whole new sort of “victimhood culture”? (and more)