"Whatever Otherness weeds may possess, it is an outcome of human artifice.”
Would you be willing to play games to get out of debt? Would you sell your organs?
Many scholars contrast linear and cyclical time and note that cycles were an important part of Maya concepts of temporal reality.
Abraham Lincoln proclaimed freedom for enslaved people in America on January 1, 1863. Today, we've annotated the Emancipation Proclamation for readers.
Teetotalers in the early British temperance movement signed temperance pledges like those in The Livesey Collection on JSTOR.
These early temperance movement lantern slides from The Livesey Collection want you to abstain from drinking alcohol. Happy New Year!
Why do we celebrate on the 1st of January? Do financial incentives help you stick to resolutions? And other burning questions.
Mini book reports from your favorite bloggers and editors here at JSTOR Daily.
This year, readers were into peanut butter and jelly, semi-conductors, bayonets, Victorian knitting manuals, plus the hard-working dogs of Medieval Europe.
Well-researched stories about octopus dreams, lost soil, reproductive resistance, and more from publications that bridge the gap between news and scholarship.