In painting immigrants, George W. Bush seeks to ingratiate himself with the American public. But his crimes must be remembered.
Elayne Oliphant is an Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Religious Studies at New York University. She researches the tenacity of myths about Europe, including its equality, liberalism, and its secularism. She is the author of The Privilege of Being Banal: Art, Secularism, and Catholicism in Paris from the University of Chicago Press.