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What’s private depends on who you are and where you live

Richard Wilk, Indiana University Citizens and policymakers around the world are grappling with how to limit companies’ use of data about individuals – and how...

Why science needs the humanities to solve climate change

Steven D. Allison, University of California, Irvine and Tyrus Miller, University of California, Irvine Large wildfires in the Arctic and intense heat waves in Europe...

How where you’re born influences the person you become

Samuel Putnam, Bowdoin College and Masha A. Gartstein, Washington State University As early as the fifth century, the Greek philosopher Thucydides contrasted the self-control and...

Why the Pilgrims were actually able to survive

Peter C. Mancall, University of Southern California – Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences Sometime in the autumn of 1621, a group of English...

You can’t characterize human nature if studies overlook 85 percent of...

Daniel Hruschka, Arizona State University Over the last century, behavioral researchers have revealed the biases and prejudices that shape how people see the world and...

When did humans first learn to count?

Peter Schumer, Middlebury College The history of math is murky, predating any written records. When did humans first grasp the basic concept of a number?...

Anthony Bourdain’s window into Africa

Jacob Henry, University of Hawaii Anthony Bourdain might have been a celebrity chef, but viewers of his Emmy Award-winning travel show, “Parts Unknown,” didn’t tune...

What can we learn from the way graduates are decorating their...

Sheila Bock, University of Nevada, Las Vegas For college students across the country, commencement formally marks the transition from student to graduate. Per tradition, most...

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