John Watkins has been named a 2014 fellow of the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation. He was awarded for work on early marriage contracts.
In western Oregon, members of the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde are engaged in a debate over what it means to belong. U of M professor of American Indian Studies David Wilkins comments.
New CLA dean John Coleman discusses his goals and vision for the college.
It doesn't take long to find a cruel, anonymous comment on everything from newspaper websites to Yelp and Amazon. Shayla Thiel-Stern, a professor of new media and culture at the U of M, explains why.
Psychology professor Stephen Engel has discovered one of the brain's secrets--with practice, areas of the brain can learn to see images we couldn't detect before.
According to U research, countries that use human rights trials over time wind up seeing improvements in their overall human rights.
Long Island's Underground Railroad is profiled. Katherine Hayes, a U of M anthropology professor, comments.
For people who use social media a lot, it can be hard to remember what it was like before Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. So that had us wondering: What did we used do with all of that time? Seth Lewis, a professor of digital media at the U of M, weighs in.
Ryan Bell, a one-time Christian pastor, says he didn't expect his yearlong experiment with atheism to get much attention. "This wasn't intended to be an international journey that was done in public."
University of Minnesota Emeritus Professor Joseph Schwartzberg, a lifelong crusader for world federalism and a more effective United Nations, shares his ideas for U.N. structural reform.
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