Douglas P. Fry looks at the North Korea nuclear crisis in a new light.
In Notebooks from New Guinea, author Vojtech Novotny colorfully illuminates life in the rainforest. Novotny provides an engaging look into the natural history, people, and cultures of one of the last wild frontiers in the world, as he studies and researches the local biodiversity. Today Novotny has provided a visual component to his fascinating anecdotes and experiences.
Can an ancient disease be linked to cannibalism?
Vojtech Novotny, author of Notebooks from New Guinea, writes about a medical emergency in the village where he was researching.
A look into the research and work of Czech author and scientist, Vojtech Novotny in New Guinea.
Anatoly celebrates a word pioneer.
Adrienne L. Kaeppler, author of The Pacfic Arts of Polynesia and Micronesia, tells us a little about traditional Polynesian tattooing
An interview with Ethan Rarick author of Desperate Passage: The Donner Party’s Perilous Journey West.
Aaron Filler looks at what makes humans- “human.”
Feast on the connection between food and sex.
Douglad P. Fry, author of Beyond War, writes an original piece for the OUPblog.
Douglas P. Fry, author of Beyond War answers a few questions for OUP.
Rosanna Hertz, on the three questions she is asked most.
An excerpt from Philip Jenkins new book, The New Faces of Christianity.
OUP author Rosanna Hertz answers some questions about her new book, Single By Chance, Mothers By Choice.
Eviatar Zerubavel, author of The Elephant in the Room, will be on The Diane Rehm Show this morning. He goes on live at 11AM ET. You can listen online by clicking HERE