South Asia Open Archives Hits a Million
The open-access South Asia Open Archives on JSTOR now offers more than one million pages of digitized primary source material.
Red House: The Perfect Home for a Victorian Socialist
Subject to myriad interpretations over the last 150 years, William Morris’s Gothic-inspired home has been an enduring influence on Anglo-American architecture.
Sex-Cult Rocket Man
Jack Parsons, one of the “suicide squad” trio of young rocket-boy founders of Jet Propulsion Laboratory, had an improbable extracurricular life.
Want to make some coin raising rabbits? Get yourself an island. Or not, if you want to protect the existing ecosystem.
It’s Not as Good to Be the King as It Used to Be
The trial and execution of Charles I irrevocably sundered the tradition of a divine, anointed king.
Riot! At the Theater
One audience demanded more censorship, another less. Both challenged the reach of anti-obscenity laws in the early twentieth century.
Minding Tourism’s Communication Gap
Tourism is Iceland’s biggest industry, but tourists and staff are increasingly threatened by extreme weather linked to climate change. How to keep everyone safe?
How to Find and Choose the Best Images for Your Project
To spot high-quality images, you'll need to draw on your basic visual literacy skills.
The I Ching in America
Europeans translated the Chinese Book of Changes in the nineteenth century, but the philosophy really took off in the West after 1924.
A Bot Might Have Written This
ChatGPT is here. How can teachers and students proceed to use it with integrity?