Elisabeth Eaves

Elisabeth Eaves is the author ofBare and a staff writer at Forbes.com.

Well-traveled
June 28 2005 9:30 AMEast Versus West
Dispatches
June 20 2005 10:59 AMSaving the World From the Next Pandemic
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June 16 2005 9:11 AMDodging the Feathered Bullet
Foreigners
May 27 2005 7:22 AMAn EU Referendum Cheat SheetWhat are the French voting about?
Dispatches
April 20 2005 6:23 AMA Roaring Absence of Failure
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April 18 2005 9:48 AMTent Citizens
Foreigners
Feb. 1 2005 11:55 AMIs France Getting Religion?In the immigrant suburbs of Paris, secularism is on the wane.
Well-traveled
Dec. 9 2004 5:16 PMA Musical Education
Well-traveled
Dec. 6 2004 5:12 PMThe Dance
Dispatches
Oct. 5 2004 3:25 PMHunting for Republicans in ParisRegistering voters on the Champs Elysées.
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May 20 2004 4:19 PMThe Garbage King
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May 18 2004 4:35 PMThe Judge Who Converts Terrorists
Art
Jan. 9 2004 7:02 PMArt for Smart PeopleThe mathematical sculptures of Kenneth Snelson.
Well-traveled
June 27 2005 9:00 AMPrague Without a Plan
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June 17 2005 11:30 AMThe Future Is Small
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June 15 2005 10:25 AMRobots in the Skies
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April 21 2005 9:26 AMAre We Free Yet?
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April 19 2005 11:10 AMGoing Home
The Best Policy
Feb. 7 2005 12:39 PMTo Be Chalabi, or Not To BeThis Syrian exile wants to overthrow another evil Baathist dictator. How can he persuade the U.S. to help him?
Well-traveled
Dec. 10 2004 5:18 PMFlamenco Safari: They Only Come Out at Night
Well-traveled
Dec. 8 2004 12:25 PMMy War Against the War Against Cliché
Foreigners
Oct. 28 2004 1:33 PMThe New de TocquevillesThe French are just trying to understand.
Dispatches
May 21 2004 2:04 PMThe Starlet
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May 19 2004 4:50 PMPrime Time for the Queen of Sheba
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May 17 2004 5:56 PMQat: The Way In
Books
June 17 2003 5:34 PMLaplandPhotographer Juliana Beasley documents the new art of lap-dancing.

TODAY IN SLATE

Politics

Talking White

Black people’s disdain for “proper English” and academic achievement is a myth.

Hong Kong’s Protesters Are Ridiculously Polite. That’s What Scares Beijing So Much.

The One Fact About Ebola That Should Calm You: It Spreads Slowly

Operation Backbone

How White Boy Rick, a legendary Detroit cocaine dealer, helped the FBI uncover brazen police corruption.

A Jaw-Dropping Political Ad Aimed at Young Women, Apparently

The XX Factor
Oct. 1 2014 4:05 PM Today in GOP Outreach to Women: You Broads Like Wedding Dresses, Right?
Music

How Even an Old Hipster Can Age Gracefully

On their new albums, Leonard Cohen, Robert Plant, and Loudon Wainwright III show three ways.

How Tattoo Parlors Became the Barber Shops of Hipster Neighborhoods

This Gargantuan Wind Farm in Wyoming Would Be the Hoover Dam of the 21st Century

Moneybox
Oct. 1 2014 8:34 AM This Gargantuan Wind Farm in Wyoming Would Be the Hoover Dam of the 21st Century To undertake a massively ambitious energy project, you don’t need the government anymore.
  News & Politics
The World
Oct. 1 2014 12:20 PM Don’t Expect Hong Kong’s Protests to Spread to the Mainland
  Business
Moneybox
Oct. 1 2014 2:16 PM Wall Street Tackles Chat Services, Shies Away From Diversity Issues 
  Life
Outward
Oct. 1 2014 6:02 PM Facebook Relaxes Its “Real Name” Policy; Drag Queens Celebrate
  Double X
The XX Factor
Oct. 1 2014 5:11 PM Celebrity Feminist Identification Has Reached Peak Meaninglessness
  Slate Plus
Behind the Scenes
Oct. 1 2014 3:24 PM Revelry (and Business) at Mohonk Photos and highlights from Slate’s annual retreat.
  Arts
Brow Beat
Oct. 1 2014 9:39 PM Tom Cruise Dies Over and Over Again in This Edge of Tomorrow Supercut
  Technology
Future Tense
Oct. 1 2014 6:59 PM EU’s Next Digital Commissioner Thinks Keeping Nude Celeb Photos in the Cloud Is “Stupid”
  Health & Science
Science
Oct. 1 2014 4:03 PM Does the Earth Really Have a “Hum”? Yes, but probably not the one you’re thinking.
  Sports
Sports Nut
Oct. 1 2014 5:19 PM Bunt-a-Palooza! How bad was the Kansas City Royals’ bunt-all-the-time strategy in the American League wild-card game?