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First-person accounts from people in the headlines.
Remembering Stephen Hawking and Future Science
An original essay about the science of the future by the late theoretical physicist.
RIP Ursula K. Le Guin
"Isn't the 'subjection of women' in science fiction merely a symptom of a whole which is authoritarian, power-worshipping, and intensely parochial?"
An early paper by Elizabeth Warren argues for a Financial Product Safety Commission that would regulate financial products.
Richard H. Thaler
Richard H. Thaler was awarded the 2017 Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences. More on his theory that when it comes to money, people are irrational.
John Green spoke with The English Journal about his writing, how English teachers can connect with young readers, advice for young writers, and more.
In 1942, William Moulton Marston wrote an incredibly charming essay in defense of comics, and describing how he created Wonder Woman.
Denis Johnson, author of Jesus' Son and other award-winning books, speaks with Eric Elshtain on the role of religion in his work.
Mostafa A. H. el-Abbadi was the visionary behind the revival of the Great Library of Alexandria, the vast Bibliotheca Alexandrina.
The philosopher inspired a whole generation of American queer theorists.
Vera Rubin was groundbreaking astrophysicist who discovered evidence of dark matter.