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The Complete World Knowledge of John Hodgman  November 1, 2012
John Hodgman

How does it feel to be the master and arbiter of “Complete World Knowledge”?

The Past & Future of Affirmative Action  November 1, 2012
Richard Sander

The U.S. Supreme Court is currently weighing the future of affirmative action at American universities, but why was the policy created in the first place and what has affirmative action actually become?

How Hearing Shapes the Mind  October 31, 2012
Seth Horowitz

How do the sounds we hear affect our lives and why do we automatically focus on some sounds – like spoken words or music – and ignore others?

The Hidden History of the Libyan Revolution  October 31, 2012
Ethan Chorin

What led to the Libyan revolution, the ultimate collapse of the Gaddafi regime, and the events of September 11, 2012 which resulted in the death of four Americans including U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens?

Parents and the Pitfalls of Raising Boys and Girls  October 30, 2012
The Gender Trap

How are modern parents dealing with changing cultural ideas about gender as they raise their kids?

The Search for Our Planet’s Twin  October 29, 2012
Mirror Earth

Is there another planet somewhere out there that could support human life and what will happen if or when we find it?

Health Care in Early America  October 29, 2012
Lotions, Potions, Pills, and Magic

What was the healthcare system like during the first years of the American story?

Seeing As Artists See  October 25, 2012

How does a great museum come to be and how is an incredible collection of art established, maintained, and cared for?

Meet the Presidents  October 25, 2012
Ken Davis

So you think you know the Presidents?

The Power of Verbs  October 24, 2012
Constance Hale

What’s so great about verbs and how did they enter the English language in the first place?

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