Lucas Richert on the relationship between superhero Dr. Strange and his newly released book called Strange Trips: Science, Culture, and… Read more Dr. Strange and Strange Trips
“Right to Try” (Again): A history of the experimental therapy movement BY LUCAS RICHERT APRIL 16, 2018 CULTURE, HISTORY, POLITICS, RESEARCH In recent… Read more The Right to Try
👇🏼https://t.co/rW3oPeYO8d — Sara Pascoe (@sarapascoe) January 3, 2018 Sara Pascoe on resolutions https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2018/jan/02/we-should-all-pick-achievable-resolutions-get-through-three-days-of-dry-january-and-youre-a-hero-to-me For me it was a slang phrase… Read more Sara Pascoe on #Resolutions
2018 HOTCUS Winter Symposium The State of the State: What is American Political History Now? 9.30-11.15: Session 1 New Ways… Read more US Political History: More than Trump
No, not Hamlet. This is the question Joseph Stromberg asked himself while writing for Slate. In a fabulous piece on… Read more To publish, or not to publish, that is the question!
According to Becky, over at The Art of Healthy Living, there are even more yoga trends than I first thought.… Read more Yoga, 2018
By Morgan Scott Guest Post (HENCH: strong and fit with very well-developed muscles; used about men) 1. Schwarzenegger: the Trendsetting… Read more Hench
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Apparently, I missed some yoga trends in my most recent post. There are others. For example: beer yoga. Beer Yoga… Read more Two More Yoga Trends, 2017.