The television broadcasters repeated, with a strange insistence, that attending this Mass were ‘believers and non-believers.’
Why is it so impossible to find a therapist who accepts my insurance?
In addition to describing and naming thousands of new species the German biologist and philosopher Ernst Haeckel was behind some of history’s most impressive meetings of science and art. Dr Mario A. Di Gregorio explores Haeckel’s unique idea of “monism” which lies behind the mesmerising illustrations of his most famous work, Kunstformen Der Natur.
Here’s a fascinating sign that commoning is growing as a social and political form: new histories are being written to trace its recent evolution!
Skillful backstabbers feign friendship, but they live on the fringes of social protocol.
Response to comments on ‘Culture in mental illness’ — Olajide Oloyede
The National Transitional Council of Libya has declared [ar] International Workers’ Day to be a national public holiday starting this year.
The idea of wearing one has suddenly resurfaced in the wake of the U.S. election.
Old maps are useful sources for just about anyone interested in history. Maps easily convey change over time, as they show the expansion of cities, regions, or countries.
In 2011, over 100 years after the publication of her seminal Anarchism and Other Essays, the writings of Emma Goldman entered the public domain. Kathy E. Ferguson, Professor of Political Science and Women’s Studies at the University of Hawai’i, provides an introduction to Goldman’s life and her particular brand of anarchism.
Mattei is the noted international law scholar, lawyer and activist who has been at the center of some of the most significant commons initiatives in Italy.
Oliver Burkeman explores human nature, violence, feminism and religion with one of the world’s most controversial cognitive scientists. Can he dent Steven Pinker’s optimism?
There is an interesting presentation at the Ungrammatical Multitude blog which counterposes the logic of hegemony and the logic of affinity.
— How to have a dad bod: Step 1. Be a Dad. Step 2. Have a body. Host and comedian Rose Surnow asked dads to tell her about the challenges of being a father and what lessons they learned along the way. Oh, and we also asked them to show us their awesome dad bods…
Q&A with Kristi Kimball
We’re really excited to announce two new Collaborative Doctoral Awards for research into web comics, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.