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Some of the Renaissance’s most romantic love poems weren’t for lovers

Shannon McHugh, UMass Boston As poets have demonstrated for centuries, a sonnet for your beloved never goes out of...

Why no living people appear on US postage stamps

Richard Handler, University of Virginia and Laura Goldblatt, University of Virginia With the ascension of King Charles III to...

Why I teach a course connecting Taylor Swift’s songs to the...

Elizabeth Scala, The University of Texas at Austin College of Liberal Arts Unusual Courses is...

Why are so many people delighted by disgusting things?

Bradley J. Irish, Arizona State University Halloween is a time to embrace all that is disgusting, from bloody slasher...

Why weren’t women allowed to act in Shakespeare’s plays?

Elizabeth Steinway, Colorado State University Curious Kids is a series for children of all...

Polar bears have captivated artists’ imaginations for centuries, but what they’ve...

Anne Collins Goodyear, Bowdoin College Polar bears have long held visual artists in their thrall. Over time, the mythologies...

Why do teachers make us read old stories?

Elisabeth Gruner, University of Richmond ...

Should we scoff at the idea of love at first sight?

James Kuzner, Brown University For a lecture course I teach at Brown University called “Love Stories,” we begin at the beginning, with love at first...

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