So many theories of laughter, so many chortles left unexplained.
The Chronicle of Higher Education
College is when we first get drunk. Euripides’ The Bacchae can help us learn how to do it right.
A professor of sociology at Columbia reckons with her father’s relationship with Adolf Eichmann.
A profile of law professor Dan Kahan, “one of the best-known unknown academics in the country,” who wants to close the communication gap between scientists and the public.
An investigation into “Little Albert,” the famous test subject.
An oral history project involving former IRA members becomes a prolonged court battle over a four-decade-old murder.
A Bosnian social psychologist who studies guilt and responsibility in the collective memory (and denial) of Sreberbica, which is “among the most scientifically documented mass killings in history.”
Research into mind-altering drugs is back.
On historian Ian Morris and his predictions for humanity’s future.
How humans evolve in the modern world.