Recreating ancient meals--complete with 2500-year-old booze--is no easy feat.
A scholar examines kitschy American foods as an entree into a conversation about class in the United States.
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American tourism took the scenic route over the course of the twentieth century. A growing middle class and car ownership helped.
A casual viewer of the NBA finals might be led to believe the event is really a showdown between Stephen Curry and LeBron James.
Jell-O reveals volumes about things that obsess, upset, and fuel Americans.
The first summer camps presented themselves as an natural alternative to encroaching industrial society.
Chess and artificial intelligence have been matched almost since the beginning of AI research, but now there's a new game in town.
In studying the demographics of online dating, researchers found that those who met online had a higher chance of staying together in their marriage.
More than a decade into OkCupid's existence, sociologists are finding that its widely touted algorithm doesn’t actually help us find romance.