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How a Black writer in 19th-century America used humor to combat...

Rodney Taylor, University of South Carolina Any writer has to struggle with the dilemma of staying true to their...

If the Romance Writers of America can implode over racism, no...

Christine Larson, University of Colorado Boulder Over the past month, Romance Writers of America, one of the country’s largest writing associations, with over 9,000 members,...

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...

What will happen to Michael Jackson’s legacy? A famed writer’s fall...

Rachel Hope Cleves, University of Victoria There’s no question that Michael Jackson changed music history. But how will history remember Michael Jackson? Since HBO released the...

Shades of green: What gig economy workers can learn from the...

Chris Larson, University of Colorado When “Fifty Shades Freed” opens in theaters on Feb. 9, fans will no doubt flock to see bad boy Christian...

Literature has long been sounding the alarm about sexual violence in...

Billy J. Stratton, University of Denver Recent revelations about Hollywood’s culture of sexual harassment and violence might come as a surprise to many Americans. After all,...

Literature has long been sounding the alarm about sexual violence in...

Billy J. Stratton, University of Denver Recent revelations about Hollywood’s culture of sexual harassment and violence might come as a surprise to many Americans. After all,...

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The nuclear industry is making a big bet on small power...

Scott L. Montgomery, University of Washington Until now, generating nuclear power has required massive facilities surrounded by acres of buildings, electrical infrastructure, roads, parking lots...