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Art illuminates the beauty of science – and could inspire the...

Chris Curran, Northern Kentucky University Scientists have often invited the public to see what they see, using everything from...

How photography can build peace and justice in war-torn communities

Pamina Firchow, Brandeis University; Tiffany Fairey, King's College London, and Yvette Selim, University of Technology Sydney It’s not easy...

For Black cowboys – from inner-city Philly to small-town Texas –...

Nick Lehr, The Conversation Photographer Ron Tarver grew up in Fort Gibson, a small town in Oklahoma where horses,...

When men started to obsess over six-packs

Conor Heffernan, The University of Texas at Austin College of Liberal Arts The cultural obsession with six-pack abdominals shows...

‘Joker’ fans flocking to a Bronx stairway highlights tension of media...

Laura M. Holzman, IUPUI New York’s newest tourist attraction isn’t a museum, park or art installation. It’s a stairway. Sandwiched between apartment buildings in the Bronx, it’s...

In dandelions and fireflies, artists try to make sense of climate...

Kate Flint, University of Southern California – Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences Climate change is real, it’s accelerating and it’s terrifying. We are...

Identifying a fake picture online is harder than you might think

Mona Kasra, University of Virginia It can be hard to tell whether a picture is real. Consider, as the participants in our recent research did,...

The forgotten legacy of gay photographer George Platt Lynes

Rebecca Fasman, Indiana University From the late 1920s until his death in 1955, George Platt Lynes was one of the world’s most successful commercial and...

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As the pandemic rages, the US could use a little bit...

Marie Helweg-Larsen, Dickinson College In recent years, the English-speaking world has found two Danish concepts, “pyt” and “hygge,” useful for dealing with anxiety and stress. Now...