Developing Dads

Exploring the evolutionary biology of human fathers as caretakers

by Richard G. Bribiescas

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Nicholas Kristof reporting, why voting matters, becoming famous, and more in books

Israel, Idea and State

How should Progressive Jews reconcile the changing nature of Israel today as state and ideal?

Dominica’s “Bouyon” Star

Musician “Shelly” Alfred’s indigenous Caribbean sound

by Jose Alison Kentish

The Very Image

Poet Cynthia Zarin ’81’s first novel Inverno, a study in yearning and desire.

by Lydialyle Gibson

Quantum Leaps

Ballerina and quantum physicist Merritt Moore ’11 connects humans and machines.

by Nina Pasquini

In Egypt, Doors Closing

Leslie T. Change ’91 explores the lives of three women in the Egyptian textile industry.

Spellbound on Stage

Actor and young adult novelist Aislinn Brophy

by Lydialyle Gibson

The Happy Warrior Redux

Hubert Humphrey’s liberalism reconsidered

A Dogged Observer

Novelist and psychiatrist Daniel Mason takes the long view.

by Max J. Krupnick

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Revolutionizing French fashion, early Chinese writing, and more