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Israel and the Possibilities of Peace  October 16, 2012
Patrick Tyler

Will peace ever be possible between Israel and its neighbors?

Economics Explained  October 15, 2012
Paddy Hirsch

Economics and global finance undoubtedly play a huge role in our lives – and in the current political campaigns, but who really understands concepts like sub-prime, private equity, and bond ratings and just what does it all mean?

The Biological and Social Meaning of Skin Color  October 15, 2012
Nina G. Jablonski

Why does skin color influence our social interactions and how have skin color-based valuations changed over the course of human history?

The Last Viking  October 11, 2012
The Last Viking

How did one explorer manage to be the first to set foot on both the North and South Poles among other incredible feats and what were the costs, financial and otherwise of his legendary determination?

Design: Present and Future  October 11, 2012
Commercial

How is the built world changing today and what do we have to look forward to in the fields of architecture and design?

Pity the Billionaire?  October 10, 2012
Thomas Frank

Is it possible that recent economic troubles benefitted wealthy Americans that identify themselves as conservatives more than it did the left?

The Arab Awakening and Change in the Middle East  October 10, 2012
Roxane Farmanfarmaian

How is the Arab Awakening changing the geopolitical dynamic in the Middle East and what might the future hold for Syria, Iran, and their neighbors?

The Dallas Cowboys, An Outrageous History  October 9, 2012
The Dallas Cowboys

What makes the Dallas Cowboys more than just an NFL franchise?

Hale Woodruff’s Murals at Talladega College  October 9, 2012
The Mutiny on the Amistad, 1939 TALLADEGA COLLEGE/HIGH MUSEUM OF ART

How are murals painted at a small historically African-American Alabama college during the 1930s still resonating today?

What Makes Killing Wrong? And Why It Matters.  October 8, 2012
Walter Sinnott-Armstrong

If killing is wrong, what makes vital organ transplantation – as it is currently practiced – compatible with morality?

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