Was the terror of Biscayne Bay a man who escaped slavery, an African chieftain, or a marketing ploy that went viral?
From "shell shock" to "combat fatigue," the wars of the past century have violently illuminated the power trauma can wield over the mind and body.
Warspeak has relentlessly crept into most aspects of American life and public discourse.
If you live in an American city, chances are this past summer and fall you have experienced the health effects of climate change. As Richard Harris reported at NPR News in September, […]
Effectively engaging the American public on climate change—including its causes, impacts, and solutions—remains both a major research question and a communication challenge. Effective public engagement requires understanding the cognitive, affective, […]
U.S. MEDIA IGNORES WORLD CRITICISM OF DEATH PENALTY, TRIAL PROCESS: Vatican Calls Execution ‘Tragic,’ Blair Calls for ‘End to Death Penalty WorldWide,’ Conservative Times of London Labels Saddam’s End ‘Ethically Tainted’
In DC over the weekend, the conversational buzz at coffee shops, wine bars, and holiday parties has focused on the graphic reports of Saddam Hussein’s execution. Friends from both sides […]