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JSTOR Daily 15/03/2018 12:20
The 5 stories we're following this week. #SuggestedReadings jstor.info/WefD30iUWpC  
Post Seminary Reading Plan: Old Testament Mon, 08 Jan 2018 04:00:00 GMT
We continue our series today on suggested readings for post seminary and pastors. Last week we did the New Testament, today we turn to the Old Testament. By Jason Gile, who is a professor of Old Testament and Interim Vice President of Academic Affairs at ...
JSTOR Daily 13/03/2018 10:45
How trees "talk" to each other, who didn't vote in 2016, and what to do about stinkbugs. #SuggestedReadings jstor.info/WefD30iUWpC  
Science and Poetry: Wed, 13 Sep 2017 01:18:00 GMT
I mean now, and perhaps belatedly, to offer some data by which that conclusion might be tested, and (typically, for a teacher of literature) to offer a list of "suggested readings." The first is an anthology, edited by Cambridge poet Kurt Brown and ...
JSTOR Daily 03/02/2018 07:50
Humans like stories. Working with a Philippine hunter-gatherer society, anthropologists have found interesting evidence that we need them too. jstor.info/PPvQ30i5U62   #SuggestedReadings @PacificStand
I am often asked by readers interested in gaining a better basic understanding of racial issues and/or African-American history if I will compile a reading list for them. So here you go. The 16 books below represent my best effort to do so. A couple of ...
JSTOR Daily 09/01/2018 05:45
Why do we need sleep? Is the "sugar coma" real? We've compiled the most interesting stories of the week. #SuggestedReadings jstor.info/ckB930hFxVJ  
The Psychology Of Sentiment Indicators Wed, 03 May 2017 10:42:00 GMT
The role psychology plays with sentiment indicators. Suggested readings included. A lot can be said about sentiment in the markets, but it's very interesting how social media can become a metric for professional traders and investors. Although, notoriously ...
JSTOR Daily 06/12/2017 04:10
A Great Depression historian looks at current changes to federal tax policy. The marriage of Meghan Markle to Prince Harry makes people rethink “royal blood." Plus, other interesting stories we're reading this week. #SuggestedReadings jstor.info/eQPe30h1DU5  
Pussy Riot’s imprisonment for being critical of their country’s leader has thrown pretty much the whole history of rock’n’roll “rebellion” into a new light. Suddenly all the supposedly citadel-storming activities of earlier generations look ...
JSTOR Daily 15/11/2017 12:30
How long ago did Han Solo live? Does sexual harassment training work? Who cares what a stranger thinks of you? Our roundup of the most thought-provoking stories out there. #SuggestedReadings jstor.info/sieU30gzos4  
JSTOR Daily 01/11/2017 12:20
The fun of being scared, the scientist who changed how we hunt serial killers, and other stories. #SuggestedReadings jstor.info/zYwP30gfsX1  
JSTOR Daily 21/09/2017 08:45
A thinking person’s guide to going with your gut. #SuggestedReadings @KTHeaney @thescienceofus jstor.info/sc1330fgI1b  
JSTOR Daily 21/09/2017 05:25
About that study claiming A.I. can detect a person’s sexual orientation... #SuggestedReadings @FutureTenseNow @Slate jstor.info/MzMa30fgHdC  
JSTOR Daily 19/09/2017 09:20
A new series of comic books explores the racism-driven horror of H.P. Lovecraft. #SuggestedReadings @publicbooks jstor.info/XRtN30fgEXG  
JSTOR Daily 13/09/2017 08:10
Study: 90 carbon producers are responsible for 50% of climate change. @NewRepublic @emorwee #SuggestedReadings jstor.info/HUE030f62RN  
JSTOR Daily 05/09/2017 11:45
Neanderthals may have been making glue out of birch bark. From @smithsonian's Jason Daley. #SuggestedReadings jstor.info/tSnj30eVITJ  
JSTOR Daily 05/09/2017 09:10
The Hajj, day-by-day. From @ConversationUS and @kchitwood #SuggestedReadings. jstor.info/ZDsl30eVIFm  
JSTOR Daily 05/09/2017 07:15
When world leaders banned war. From @oonahathaway and @scottjshapiro in @nytopinion #SuggestedReadings jstor.info/OAtS30eVnis  
JSTOR Daily 24/08/2017 02:25
Is racism a mental illness? @jessfirger @Newsweek jstor.info/MAVj30eAuTh   #SuggestedReadings
JSTOR Daily 24/08/2017 01:25
Sperm count in western men has dropped aver 50 percent since 1973. @Maya__Salam @nytimes #SuggestedReadings jstor.info/c46k30eAuAO  
JSTOR Daily 23/08/2017 06:15
Why do we like sleeping under blankets, even on the hottest nights? @dannosowitz @atlasobscura jstor.info/XtQS30eAuwa   #SuggestedReadings
JSTOR Daily 10/08/2017 09:50
A food historian reckons with the black roots of Southern food. @jasmansky @smithsonian #SuggestedReadings ow.ly/vut630efUgz  
JSTOR Daily 10/08/2017 02:30
Can novelists or psychologists capture the multitudes in every human self? @carlinf @aeonmag #SuggestedReadings ow.ly/8ZV130efTR0  
JSTOR Daily 27/07/2017 05:40
The persistence of plastics. From @KateWheeling at @PacificStand #SuggestedReadings. ow.ly/jDpq30dXCZh  
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