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How holiday cards help us cope with a not-so-merry year, according...

Matthew McMahan, Emerson College The first Christmas card was, perhaps predictably, one of good cheer. The concept is commonly credited to Sir Henry Cole, the...

Granny’s on Instagram! In the COVID-19 era, older adults see time...

Marcia G. Ory, Texas A&M University Time in the era of COVID-19 has taken on new meaning. “Blursday” is the new time word of the...

Why we’re so bad at counting the calories we eat, drink...

Kaitlin Woolley, Cornell University and Peggy Liu, University of Pittsburgh People often eat more than usual around the holidays – and this year more than...

How to host a safe holiday meal during coronavirus – an...

Melissa Hawkins, American University Like many people in this unusual year, I am adjusting my family’s holiday plans so that we can all be safe...

What Day of the Dead tells us about the Aztec philosophy...

Lynn Sebastian Purcell, State University of New York College at Cortland Growing up in the United States, I remember on Halloween my mother used...

Remote-work visas will shape the future of work, travel and citizenship

Dave Cook, UCL During lockdown, travel was not only a distant dream, it was unlawful. Some even predicted that how we travel would change forever....

How China does Valentine’s Day

Wei Li, Frostburg State University Americans celebrate love on Feb. 14, Valentine’s Day — a holiday named for Saint Valentine, a third-century Roman clergyman who...

Why are so few people born on Christmas Day, New Year’s...

Jay L. Zagorsky, Boston University Christmas and New Year’s are days of celebration in many parts of the world when people gather with family and...

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Why natural resource finds are more than just a curse: the...

Gerhard Toews, University of Oxford and Pierre-Louis Vézina, King's College London Natural resources are often thought of as a curse in developing countries, slowing economic...