Carroll is Distinguished Scholar-in-Residence at Suffolk University, holder of the 2011 Alonzo L. McDonald Family Chair at Emory University, and a columnist for the Globe. He is author of ten novels and six works of non-fiction, including “Jerusalem, Jerusalem: How the Ancient City Ignited Our Modern World.”
By James Carroll ,
This holiday has lifted up the importance not of bounty, much less privilege, but of attitude.
By James Carroll , Globe Staff
It’s happened before, when scientists helped steer the human species away from suicide.
By James Carroll , Globe Columnist
The CIA, with breathtaking cynicism, turned a vaccination program into a violent tactic of revenge.
By James Carroll , Globe columnist
The full arrival of gay people has occurred, and it raises hopes for an even larger transformation.