Mark Satta, Wayne State University – First Amendment Violations in Anti-Drag Laws

There’s a lot of hubbub around the First Amendment in the news. Mark Satta, assistant professor

Stephen Collins, Kennesaw State University – Presidents, Twitter, and U.S. Soft Power

Words matter, especially in the political sphere. Stephen Collins, professor of government and international affairs at

Judith DeSena, St. John’s University – A Study of COVID-19 Lockdowns in Two Iconic Brooklyn Neighborhoods

There is still a lot to study from COVID-19 lockdowns. Judith DeSena, professor of sociology at

Lewis Davis, Union College – COVID on Campus

COVID rates on campuses didn’t always follow the socioeconomic script. Lewis Davis, Thomas Armstrong professor of

This Week on The Academic Minute (2023.09.11)

This Week on The Academic Minute 2023.09.11   Monday Lewis Davis, Thomas Armstrong professor of economics

The Academic Minute for 2023.09.04-2023.09.08

The Academic Minute from 9.04 – 9.08 Monday Emily Rosado-Solomon – Babson College Mental Health and

John MacCormick, Dickinson College – Fairness First in Artificial Intelligence

A.I. is not without bias. John MacCormick, professor of computer science at Dickinson College, discovers the

Susan Farrell, College of Charleston – Kurt Vonnegut’s Continuing Appeal to the Young

Kurt Vonnegut’s appeal to young people continues. Susan Farrell, professor of English at the College of

Lars Tragardh, Uppsala University – The Swedish Theory of Love

What is the Swedish theory of love? Lars Tragardh, professor of history at Uppsala University, explains.

Darrell Kaufman, Northern Arizona University – Is It Really the Hottest in 100,000 Years?

This summer has been a hot one…but was it as unprecedented as it seemed? Darrell Kaufman,