Voices

José Dueño is a Jesuit scholastic and a former associate editor at America.

Arts & CultureBooks
José Dueño
Identity is at the heart of much of today’s political conflicts. In his latest book, Fukuyama traces a brief history of how identity came to occupy such a center.
Arts & CultureBooks
José Dueño
The major foci of Foucault's work were the histories of madness, the social sciences, penitentiaries and sexuality.
Arts & CultureBooks
José Dueño
Terry Eagleton traces the history of sacrifice in literature and philosophy.
Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh and his disciples at Rajneeshpuram (Credit: Netflix)
Arts & CultureTelevision
José DueñoAnna J. Marchese
Sometimes the best way to understand a phenomenon is to look at its parody.
Arts & CultureBooks
José Dueño
In The Courage of Hopelessness, Zizek challenges the reader to act without relying on the false certainties of ready-made discourses.
Arts & CulturePoetry
José Dueño
Two crucial words from Rainer Maria Rilke’s 'Letters to a Young Poet' are missing from John Paul II’s 'Letter to Artists': sex and solitude.
People carry large portraits of Salvadoran Archbishop Oscar Romero during rally in his honor in San Salvador (CNS photo/Roberto Escobar, EPA)
FaithDispatches
José Dueño
Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia, the postulator for the cause of Blessed Óscar Romero, experienced firsthand pushback against the archbishop’s canonization.