Camille Paglia

Camille Paglia is the University Professor of Humanities and Media Studies at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia.  Her most recent book is "Glittering Images: A Journey Through Art From Egypt to Star Wars." You can email her at askcamille@salon.com.

Zombie time at campaign Hillary: Camille Paglia on Trump's real strength and Clinton's fatal sleepwalking Camille Paglia
Camille Paglia: PC feminists misfire again, as fearful elite media can't touch Donald Trump Camille Paglia
It's not about sexism: Camille Paglia on Trump, Hillary's "restless bitterness" and the end of the elites Camille Paglia
Enough with the Hillary cult: Her admirers ignore reality, dream of worshipping a queen Camille Paglia
Camille Paglia: Feminists have abortion wrong, Trump and Hillary miscues highlight a frozen national debate Camille Paglia
Camille Paglia's history of music: The politics and poetry of Bob Dylan, Marvin Gaye and hip-hop Camille Paglia
Camille Paglia: This is why Trump's winning, and why I won't vote for Hillary Camille Paglia
I was wrong about Donald Trump: Camille Paglia on the GOP front-runner's refreshing candor (and his impetuousness, too) Camille Paglia
Fight the soulless juggernaut: Big money, machine politics and the real issue separating Sanders and Clinton Camille Paglia
"Sexism has nothing to do with it": Camille Paglia on Hillary Clinton, Gloria Steinem -- and why New Hampshire women broke for Bernie Sanders Camille Paglia
Camille Paglia: Hillary's "blame-men-first" feminism may prove costly in 2016 Camille Paglia
The mysteries of Pauline Kael Camille Paglia
Pelosi's victory for women Camille Paglia
Obama's critical moment approaches Camille Paglia
Too late for Obama to turn it around? Camille Paglia