Elizabeth Weingarten

Elizabeth Weingarten is the associate editor at New America and the associate director of its Global Gender Parity Initiative.

Brow Beat
Oct. 28 2011 11:38 AMHow to Live Forever (According to Hollywood)
Intelligence Squared
Oct. 21 2011 4:52 PMWhy the President’s Jobs Plan Won’t Create JobsAn interview with Cato’s Daniel Mitchell: Why he’ll argue against the motion, “Congress should pass Obama’s jobs plan – piece by piece,” at the Oct. 25 Slate/Intelligence Squared U.S. debate.
Future Tense
Oct. 20 2011 5:17 PM

The 2011 Winners of Dance Your Ph.D., an Interpretive Dance Contest for Scientists

Intelligence Squared
Oct. 18 2011 1:14 PMA 40 Percent Chance of Economic DoomAn interview with economist Mark Zandi: why he’ll argue for the motion, “Congress should pass Obama’s jobs plan—piece by piece,” at the Oct. 25 Slate/Intelligence Squared U.S. debate.
Intelligence Squared
Oct. 4 2011 7:10 AMHoovernomics (but a Different Hoover)An interview with Fox News Commentator Margaret Hoover: Why she’ll argue for the proposition “Grandma’s benefits imperil Junior’s future” at the Oct. 4.
Intelligence Squared
Sept. 27 2011 4:45 PMLeave Grandma AloneAn interview with former DNC Chairman Howard Dean: Why he'll argue against the proposition "Grandma's benefits imperil Junior's future" at the Oct. 4 Slate/Intelligence Squared U.S. debate.
Gallery
Sept. 23 2011 1:13 PMVintage USPS Ads
Intelligence Squared
Sept. 21 2011 5:44 PMApparently, Men Are FinishedThe fairer sex won big at Tuesday's Slate/Intelligence Squared U.S. debate.
Intelligence Squared
Sept. 8 2011 3:50 PMIs It Time To End the War on Terror?   Who won Wednesday evening's Intelligence Squared debate and why.
Gallery
Sept. 7 2011 4:23 PMVintage Typing Machines
Doublex
Aug. 31 2011 6:21 PMTen Mistresses Who Changed HistoryA gallery of "other women" who became their own women.
The XX Factor
Aug. 26 2011 3:07 PMWell-Done, Sister Suffragette
Gallery
Aug. 18 2011 12:58 PMWhat People Search for When They Search for "Rick Perry""Mitt Romney hair," "Michele Bachmann bikini," and other Google search suggestions for the GOP contenders.
Gallery
Aug. 10 2011 5:04 PMThe Strangest Crop Circles in EnglandA gallery of beautiful patterns in the fields.
Gallery
July 29 2011 5:47 PMWhat’s Grandpa Doing on Flickr?
Intelligence Squared
Oct. 26 2011 3:31 PMA Victory for the President’s Jobs Plan (Sort Of)How Obama’s plan won over the crowd during last night's Slate/Intelligence Squared U.S. debate.
Politics
Oct. 21 2011 3:53 PMCrucial Sleeve-Rolling Moments on the Campaign Trail
Intelligence Squared
Oct. 19 2011 6:51 AMHow To Avoid Another Painful Recession 
An interview with economist Cecilia Rouse: Why she’ll argue for the motion, "Congress should pass Obama’s jobs plan—piece by piece,” at the Oct. 25 Slate/Intelligence Squared U.S. debate.
Intelligence Squared
Oct. 11 2011 1:14 PMToo Many American Kids Go To CollegeHow you can watch—and participate in—the live Slate/Intelligence Squared U.S. debate Oct. 12 at the Spertus Center in Chicago.
Intelligence Squared
Sept. 28 2011 11:41 AMStop Obsessing Over Entitlement ReformWhy Jeff Madrick will argue against the proposition "Grandma's benefits imperil Junior's future" at the Oct. 4 Slate/Intelligence Squared U.S. debate.
Gallery
Sept. 27 2011 11:57 AMWhat It Means To Be Black in AmericaA new art exhibition in Washington, D.C., explores the place where racial identity and national identity intersect.
Gallery
Sept. 23 2011 11:47 AMI Wish I Were Like the Postman!A gallery of old advertisements reveals how we once idolized the men of the USPS and couldn't remember to use those newfangled ZIP codes.
Intelligence Squared
Sept. 13 2011 2:14 PMThe Last Days of the American MaleAn interview with journalist Hanna Rosin: Why she'll argue that "men are finished" at the Sept. 20 Slate/Intelligence Squared U.S. debate.
Gallery
Sept. 7 2011 4:28 PMFantastic Typing MachinesA gallery of old typewriters that look more like sewing machines, phonographs, and torture devices.
Doublex
Sept. 1 2011 4:56 PMTen Mistresses Who Changed History
Gallery
Aug. 26 2011 3:36 PMNina Allender's Suffrage Cartoons
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Aug. 18 2011 1:31 PMGoogle's GOP Search Suggestions
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Aug. 12 2011 5:40 PMCrop Circle Art
Explainer
Aug. 5 2011 2:32 PMFence Jumpers Why it's so easy to leap over the White House barrier.
The XX Factor
July 28 2011 7:40 PMMichele Bachmann: What the American People Really Think About the Debt Ceiling

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