The Journal of Biblical Literature

The Journal of Biblical Literature, published by the Society of Biblical Literature, has provided critical analyses on testament since 1890.

Nobel Prize Awarded for Research Related to “Internal GPS”

The 2014 Nobel Prize in Medicine was awarded to three scientists whose work focused on the brain's "internal GPS."

Undocumented at College

The effects of allowing undocumented students to receive in-state tuition rates at their state colleges and universities.

Why We Really, Really Hate Being Alone

Why do we hate to be alone? It may have to do with saber toothed tigers.

Housework, Gender Roles, and Sex: It’s Complicated

Scholars examine gender roles, sex, and egalitarianism within marriage.

On the Anniversary of Freud’s Death

A collection of JSTOR research on Sigmund Freud, 75 years after his death.
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Internet Addiction?

In the new documentary “Web Junkie” by filmmakers Shosh Shlam and Hilla Medalia, viewers are introduced to Daxing ...
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Campus Hookup Culture: Myth vs. Reality

Hookup culture on American college campuses has become a predictable subject for magazine articles and op-eds. It might be time to shift the debate.