Fri, 09/20/2013 - 1:56pm — admin
US Ambassador William E. Dodd took his family with him to Berlin 1933-1937. Together they experienced the fear and terror of the formative years of the Nazi regime, and grew from naivete to the firm resolution that action against Hitler would need to be taken.
Mon, 09/16/2013 - 1:18pm — admin
Who owns the future? is an economic question, and Lanier responds in the best vein of thinking that was once called "political economy."
Tue, 09/03/2013 - 2:28pm — admin
This novel is a worthy, beautifully-written successor in the genre of John Knowles' classic A Separate Peace (1959).
Tue, 08/27/2013 - 12:17pm — admin
In this "laugh-out-loud guide," Henry Alford addresses several instances in which people have spoken without thinking and ignored the concept of manners.
Fri, 03/01/2013 - 4:11pm — admin
Learn how to discipline your thinking and assume less from your immediate intuitions.
Sat, 01/12/2013 - 7:53pm — admin
Titus Lucretius Carus (99-55 BCE), his poem De rerum naturae and its eclipse, rediscovery, and role in early modern culture.
Sun, 12/30/2012 - 2:37pm — admin
The four issues that Sachs identifies-- education, environment, geopolitics, and diversity-- will indeed be decisive in establishing the character and achievements of the next decades.
Wed, 11/28/2012 - 9:10am — admin
This explores notions of leadership that move from ideas derived from the "great man" principle to community-oriented views of citizen adaptive leadership.
Tue, 11/13/2012 - 9:49am — admin
Universities have too often sought to imitate Harvard; BYU-Idaho presents a different model. How can universities discover their own uniqueness and develop their strengths?
Mon, 11/12/2012 - 8:24am — admin
From Piled Higher and Deeper, a.k.a. PhD Comics, Nick Shockey and Jonathan Eisen explain what this open access thing is and why it's important. Best of all, they're funny.