What is Fundamentalism?
Fundamentalism, which shifts the balance between authority structures and the indescribable divine, emerged after medieval society gave way to the modern.
Red Flag Laws and the Colorado LGBTQ Club Shooting
What are red flag laws? Could they have prevented the killing at Club Q?
What Can Native American People in Prison Teach Us About Community and Art?
An exploration of creativity, ingenuity, and resilience using the American Prison Newspapers collection and JSTOR. The second curriculum guide in this series.
How the Jewish Labor Bund Changed After World War II
For those thousands involved with the Bund, the group played an important role in a era marked by trauma, displacement, and resettlement.
Death by Crowding
In the aftermath of tragedies, it's easy to focus on the assignation of blame. But how well do we understand the causes of crushing crowds?
Turkey or Tofurkey? Stuffing or dressing? Whatever the controversy, these Thanksgiving stories will slake your appetite!
The Teyollohcuani: Cosmopolitan Vampire Witch
When different cultures meet, their languages, foods, and songs mix and change—and so do their monsters.
Exploring Images In (and Out of) Context
When you think you understand an image, ask yourself what contextual information might be missing.
Moral Panics: A Syllabus
Research-backed stories that consider how and why moral panics begin and spread, who they serve, and what becomes of them in the end.
Life with a Jinni
A jinni in the home can help a Muslim explore religious tenets, but it may also interfere with the direct relationship between human and god.