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Maggie Doherty

Maggie Doherty is the author of The Equivalents: A Story of Art, Female Friendship, and Liberation in the 1960s (Knopf).

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Stories by this Author

  • The Review | Opinion

    Scholars and Journalists, Stop Fighting!

    These related endeavors need cooperation, not competition.
  • The Review

    The Quiet Crisis of Parents on the Tenure Track

    Parenthood can be punishing for academics. Too often, colleges fail them.
  • The Review

    The Philosopher of #MeToo

    Has Kate Manne become a prisoner of her own activism? The Cornell University philosopher’s book on misogyny catapulted her into public life. But her battle against patriarchy has taken a personal toll.
  • The Review

    How the Ivies Went Coed

    Administrators took credit, but it was students who forced their hand.
  • The Review

    Cold War’s Cool Calculations

    Yes, some writers had secret patrons like the CIA. But who was using whom?