- Katie Beisel savors sweet dumplings, connecting her love of 18th and 19th century ‘jams’ with a scholarly study of music.
- Shem Kikamaze correlates education and poverty in Uganda, raising awareness about stereotypes and the potential for change.
- Angus Kitchell reinterprets the comic, Calvin and Hobbes, exploring its cultural significance through the lens of Thoreau and Zhuangzi.
- Emily Krebs challenges our perspectives and encourages us to look beyond what we see in popular culture.
- Gabriel Rusk enters a long-standing philosophical debate, engaging in dialogue with prominent theorists of law.
- Caroline Stephens engages in extensive research to explore the psychological implications of cultural differences.
- Viktor Stigson investigates recent controversies in sports news by applying classical sociological concepts.
- Meg Swartley guides us through the world of steampunk, sharing with us the potential in combining the old with the new.
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