Best-selling Canadian novelist Claire Cameron on how she researched her new novel The Last Neanderthal, with a little help from JSTOR.
Early skyscrapers changed the ways we see race, how we see bodies, how we perceive and make judgments about people in the world.
While fact-checking his critically acclaimed novel about an enigmatic soprano of the Paris Opera , Chee happened upon a piece of information on JSTOR he could not ignore.
Artist John Preus maintains a professional design studio that uses 2nd hand materials, including discarded furniture from closed Chicago Public Schools.
An interview with shark biologist Dr. David Ebert, discoverer of the ninja lanternshark.
Mexican-Canadian artist Dianna Frid explore the ways physical forms shape how we conceive of reality.
Stefan Böschen and Kevin C. Elliot discuss how science is often misused by policy-makers, adversely affecting public awareness and disciplinary credibility.
An interview with the son of Mervyn Peake, author of the Gormenghast trilogy.
An interview with the daughter of William Styron, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Sophie's Choice.
Blehert interviewed about bats with White Nose Syndrome. White-Nose Syndrome is a fungal disease that's killed over six million bats in the past nine years.