The world represented in the media greatly influences our understanding and beliefs about reality. But our lived experiences might be more important.
Would you want to be able to talk to a loved one after they'd passed away, knowing it wasn't really them? Would it help? Would it hurt?
Is there something magical about age 65? The history behind the retirement age involves economics, aging, and Otto von Bismarck.
In July 1863, over a thousand Irish dockworkers rioted against the Civil War draft in New York City in a four-day upheaval, targeting black workers and citizens.
And that’s a good thing.
Scent carries significant psychological meaning. A recent paper proposed that scent be included in a proposed intangible heritage list recognized by UNESCO.
Female genital mutilation seems totally foreign to the U.S., but versions of the long-outlawed surgery have seen a recent resurgence.
Struck by something naturally beautiful in an American city? Odds are that you have stumbled across the work of Frederick Law Olmsted.
What does a successful mom blogger have to do with a character from James Joyce's Ulysses? The way we construct our identities has always been artificial.
The U.S. Constitution’s system of checks and balances have made the judiciary President Trump’s key foe in his first 100 days. ...