Monthly Archive:: December 2021

The Academic Minute for 2021.12.06-2021.12.10

  The Academic Minute from 12.06 – 12.10 Monday, December 6th Amanda McKinney – Doane University

Mariusz Kozak, Columbia University – Music as a Structure of our Movements and Emotions

Music could be one way to heal after the pandemic. Mariusz Kozak, associate professor of music

Orlaith Heymann, University of Cincinnati – Understanding Abortion Clinic Selection

Choosing an abortion clinic is getting harder, and it is also a painful process. Orlaith Heymann,

Joshua Rothman, University of Alabama – America’s Forgotten Domestic Slave Trade

We are still working to understand slavery in American history. Joshua Rothman, professor of history at

Eric Bellone, Suffolk University – The Insular Cases and U.S. Territories: The Constitution Should Follow the Flag

Citizens of U.S. territories do not have all the benefits that their mainland counterparts do. Eric

Amanda McKinney, Doane University – Pandemics, Ancient and Modern: Causes, Effects, Differences and Parallels

The COVID-19 pandemic isn’t the first one we’ve faced, so what can we learn from the

This Week on The Academic Minute (2021.12.06)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2021.12.06   Monday, December 6th Amanda McKinney, assistant professor of

The Academic Minute for 2021.11.29-2021.12.03

  The Academic Minute from 11.29 – 12.03 Monday, November 29th David Bray – Florida International

Heather Houser, University of Texas at Austin – Infowhelm

Listening to the news can be overwhelming at times. Heather Houser, associate professor of English at

Jacqueline Rifkin, University of Missouri Kansas City – How Nonconsumption Can Turn Ordinary Items into Perceived Treasures

What makes trivial things seem special to someone? Jacqueline Rifkin, assistant professor of marketing at the