Articles by Jonathan Derbyshire
Amartya Sen talks to Prospect's Jonathan Derbyshire
The full transcript of Jonathan Derbyshire's interview with renowned Nobel Prize-winning economist Amartya Sen
Things may just have got worse for the French president
The third of four volumes of Isaiah Berlin's interesting and philosophical letters
Graham Swift is one of Britain's most successful living literary authors. Yet in a new collection of non-fiction the man himself is almost invisible
Obama's election will not end America's racial divisions. But it will change them, say black intellectuals
To many, Obama's election meant the dawn of a new "post-racial" era for America. But, say many leading black American thinkers, the reality is much more complicated
While most of the American commentariat has been obsessing over the composition of Barack Obama’s cabinet, some black intellectuals have been continuing a debate I explored in my article...
Howard Jacobson's early works show him to be a master of comic complaint and morbid eroticism. But his latest novel is a departure for more complex, compromised territory—and a sobering lesson...