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SPECIAL REPORT: Sexism in the Workplace
Introduction
Kira Hunter
More Female Movie Executives Would Stem the Sexist Rot in Hollywood
Lyndsay Duthie
In Male-dominated Field, Women at New York Comic Con Persist
Tina Trinh
Trumpeting Women in Jazz
Jill Radsken
Euphemisms Such as the 'Casting Couch' Must Go - They've Been Used to Normalize Abuse for Too Long
Theresa Simpkin
What the Google 'Gender Manifesto' Really Says About Silicon Valley
Marie Hicks
#MeToo: Thousands Share Stories of Sexual Abuse
VOA News

ECONOMIC WATCH
Not True that Hunger Doesn’t Discriminate — It Does
Baher Kamal
The Economic Case for China’s Belt and Road
Shang-Jin Wei
Economist Who Helped Behavioral 'Nudges' Go Mainstream Wins Novel Prize
Jay L. Zagorsky

FOREIGN AFFAIRS
Georgian Republicans Nominate Country's First Openly Gay Candidate
Nana Sajaia
Campaign Tackles Baby-killing Ritual in Nigeria
Chika Oduah
Women and Girls: The Hardest Hit Rohingya Refugees
Paolo Lubrano

GOVERNMENT & POLITICS
In Moscow, Expert Opinions Vary on New US Envoy
Danila Galperovich
Analysis: In an Age of Anger, Nationalism Re-emerges
Jamie Dettmer
The Iran Nuclear Deal Is Bad – and Necessary
Ehud Barak

 

 
HEALTH
Wildfire Smoke and Health: 5 Questions Answered
Richard E. Peltier

IDENTITIES
First-Gens Dance the Cultural Two-Step
Parth Vohra

TRAVEL
Strasbourg
Norman Sklarewitz
Arles to Lyon
William Ecenbarger

 

 
REVIEWS
The Year I Was Peter the Great: Khrushchev, Stalin’s Ghost, and a Young American in Russia By Marvin Kalb
Chris Bort

The Cuban Affair: A Novel By Nelson DeMille
Phillip K. Jason

The Sworn Virgin: A Novel By Kristopher Dukes
Mariko Hewer

Young Jane Young: A Novel By Gabrielle Zevin
Avery J.C. Kleinman

The Complete Ballet: A Fictional Essay in Five Acts By John Haskell
Jennifer Bort Yacovissi

 

 

'Genius'-Level Honor for Harvard Historian
Jill Radsken

Learning to Navigate the Path to College
Deborah Blackwell

Grad Students Earn Department of Energy Computational Fellowships
Melanie Miller Kaufman

Princeton Alumnus Thorne, Former Postdoc Win Nobel Prize in Physics
Liz Fuller-Wright

Honoring Charles Ogletree
Liz Mineo

 

 
   

 
HISTORY OF TECHNOLOGY
Marie Curie and Her X-Ray Vehicles’ Contribution to World War I Battlefield Medicine
Timothy J. Jorgensen

RENEWABLE ENERGY
Making Renewable Power More Viable for the Grid
Rob Matheson
Satellite Data Paints a Portrait of Global Plant Health
Krisy Gashler

SMARTPHONES
Half of US, Japan Teens ‘Addicted’ to Smartphones
Bruce Alpert

SOCIAL MEDIA
Facebook’s Secret Censorship Rules Protect White Men From Hate Speech But Not Black Children
Julia Angwin and Hannes Grassegger

 

   
ARTIST INTERVIEW
Fathers, Killers, God, and 'Maus'
Jill Radsken

FASHION
How Fashion Adapted to Climate Change- in the Little Ice Age
Lane Eagles

MUSIC
During Vietnam War, Music Spoke to Both Sides of a Divided Nation
Lauren Rebecca Sklaroff

 

   
CLIMATE CHANGE
As a Warming Climate Changes Kodiak Bears' Diets, Impacts Could Ripple Through Ecosystems
William Deacy

MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
Nobel Winners Identified Molecular 'Cogs' in the Biological Clocks that Control Our Circadian Rhythm
Carrie L. Partch
Study Shows Proteins May Prevent Dysfunction and Disease by Relaxing
University of Chicago

NATURAL REMEDIES
Magic Mushrooms May 'Reset' the Brains of Depressed Patients
Imperial College London

 

   
ANTHROPOLOGY
For Anthropologist, Doll Exchange is Not Child's Play

HISTORY
Three Ring Circus
Jack Trammel, Ph.D.

PEOPLE
Joan & Lois
Andrew Taggart

PHILOSOPHY
The Transcendentalist Trail
Iris Brooks

 

   

Why the Nobel Peace Prize Brings Little Peace
Ronald R. Krebs
In Las Vegas, Excess and Fantasy Bleed into Tragedy
Mark Gottdiener
What the 'Fearless Girl' Statue and Harvey Weinstein Have in Common
Sarah Banet-Wesler

 
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