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Long before Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle, Babylonians developed their own rational system for exploring truth. . . .
On this month’s Impolite Conversation, we talk to three scholars about the occupation of the . . .
Culture wars have more to do with defining who is real American than policing what . . .
In 1963, a small group of white Methodist pastors in Mississippi signed a protest statement . . .
How a Marxist-inspired theory and Soviet-era Russian scholarship help us better understand the world of . . .
The boxing ring as a site of Catholic devotional practice. Kristian Petersen talks with Amy . . .
Long before 9/11, Islamophobia has had a complicated history in American culture and politics. Art . . .
Tea has impacted Chinese society far beyond economics and agriculture. Kristian Petersen talks with James . . .
In this month’s episode, we talk to Melissa Deckman of Washington College and the Public . . .
What happens when nine regular American students do nothing but study Islam and the Middle . . .