Katie Roiphe Katie Roiphe

Katie Roiphe, professor at NYU’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute, is the author of Uncommon Arrangements: Seven Marriages and In Praise of Messy Lives.

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March 14 2012 10:49 AMIt’s Not Just RushLiberals slut-shame just as much.
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Feb. 20 2012 2:15 PMMore Single Moms. So What. The New York Times condescends to single moms.
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Jan. 27 2012 7:00 AMRabbit at RestThe bizarre and misguided critical assault on John Updike’s reputation.
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Jan. 11 2012 1:14 PMGirl TroubleWhat Caitlin Flanagan’s new book Girl Land gets wrong about girls.
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Dec. 22 2011 7:05 AMWe Are All Lisbeth SalanderThe Girl With the Dragon Tattoo’s blend of victim and killer speaks to us.
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Dec. 6 2011 7:34 PMShould Pedophiles Get Air Time?Was the New York Times wrong to run an interview with Jerry Sandusky?
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Nov. 23 2011 11:13 AMThe Extraordinary Syllabus of David Foster WallaceWhat his lesson plans teach us about how to live.
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Nov. 3 2011 7:35 AMDutch Bike LiberalsThe 99 percent takes over Brooklyn.
Doublex
Oct. 5 2011 6:39 AMSingle Moms Are Crazy!Does everyone secretly think this?
Books
Aug. 8 2011 6:45 AMThe Strangest Sexual SpaNicholson Baker's House of Holes takes on a culture entranced by pornography.
Doublex
May 24 2011 6:37 PM"Love Child"How a bastard phrase went mainstream.
Doublex
March 30 2011 3:42 PMTina Fey's Tough Girl FeminismThe rough humor in Fey's new book Bossypants is exactly what the movement needs.
FT
Nov. 21 2010 7:32 AMModern ParentingIf we try to engineer perfect children, will they grow up to be unbearable?
Doublex
April 22 2010 10:02 AMThe Best Feminist Book You've Never ReadThe new edition of Simone de Beauvoir's The Second Sex.
The Audio Book Club
Jan. 18 2010 6:49 AMThe Audio Book Club onMary KarrOur critics discuss Lit.
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Feb. 28 2012 1:42 PMThe New O-Bitch-uariesCan we wait a few hours before attacking the dead?
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Feb. 14 2012 2:04 PMSingled OutWhy are Americans still so obsessed with single people—and so scared by them?
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Jan. 19 2012 12:07 PMOf Noblemen and Investment BankersWhy we can’t take our eyes off Downton Abbey.
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Jan. 3 2012 11:35 AMCan We Really Unplug?The illusion of Internet freedom.
Fighting Words
Dec. 16 2011 5:11 PMThe Joyful Life of the Provocateur Hitchens taught me that provocation isn’t exhausting. It’s fun.
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Dec. 1 2011 7:07 AMBack Off, Angry CommentersHas the Internet unleashed new levels of bile?
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Nov. 8 2011 7:29 PMThe Lies We Tell Ourselves About ScandalsDo we really care if Herman Cain is lying?
Roiphe
Oct. 27 2011 7:26 AMGawker Is Big Immature BabyWhy can’t Gawker do nastiness the right way?
FT
Aug. 28 2011 1:07 AMI'll Have What He's HavingBreaking bread with Nicholson Baker, America's foremost writer of literary sex novels.
Doublex
June 22 2011 5:11 PMWhy So Angry, Dad?Go the F**k to Sleep exposes yuppie parents' sexlessness, self-pity, and repressed rage.
FT
April 9 2011 12:55 AMBattle WearyEveryone seems to think I'm at war with the wife of a famous novelist on Twitter. I don't even use Twitter!
FT
March 20 2011 6:49 AMIt's School Admissions Season in New York CityDoes your 18-month-old have what it takes?
Recycled
Aug. 12 2010 12:55 PMThe Audio Book Club on Eat, Pray, LoveOur critics discuss Elizabeth Gilbert's blockbuster memoir.
The XX Factor
March 16 2010 11:57 AMStop Picking Apart Rielle
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Dec. 21 2009 9:35 AMThe Audio Book Club on Vladimir NabokovOur critics discuss The Original of Laura.

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