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We Didn’t Start the Fire (Neanderthals Did)
Fire was once thought to be a strictly human technology, but new discoveries show that Neanderthals could wield it.
Speed Reading and Comprehension
Does "speed reading" always decrease comprehension?
Do Libraries Still Matter?
With the rise of digital search tools, is there a future for big buildings filled with books and journals? Respondents to an Ithaka S + R survey say yes.
Carla Hayden: Librarian of Congress
Carla Hayden has a history of social justice work in public libraries.
Do You Suffer from Library Anxiety?
What is library anxiety? Librarians and experts discuss how technology is changing students' attitudes toward libraries and librarians.
How Harvard Became Harvard
Older than the nation, Harvard has always been elite, but it was only in the 19th Century that it became the school of the Boston ruling class.
The Star-Studded Life of Ms. Dorothy Bennett
The wacky life story of the astronomer, author, children's book publisher, and anthropologist who restored an old barge on the Gowanus Canal in 1937.
In a recent op-ed in the
New York Times
, Pagan Kennedy explored the history of menstrual products. JSTOR scholarship offers further insights.
In Defense of Introverted Children
As the mother of an introverted child, I felt unnerved by the reactions of adults around me to my daughter’s quietness.
Games of Artificial Intelligence
Chess and artificial intelligence have been matched almost since the beginning of AI research, but now there's a new game in town.
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