By Dianca Potts 8 min read
In their work, each of the authors on this list examine how language isn’t just a necessity, but a remarkable life sustaining gift.
By Tero Isokauppila 5 min read
Tero Isokauppila, author of Healing Mushrooms, believes that mushrooms could hold the key to health for people and the planet. Here are his top 7 picks.
By Lisa Rosman 8 min read
Amid all the crises happening in 2017, female leaders have really stepped to the forefront. These seven books prove that the future is truly female.
By Vanessa Grigoriadis 7 min read
An excerpt from Vanessa Grigoriadis's book, Blurred Lines: Rethinking Sex, Power, and Consent on Campus, on the link between social media and relationships.
By Joanna Scutts 6 min read
We caught up with Kara Cooney, author of The Woman Who Would Be King, to learn what the little-known Egyptian ruler Hatshepsut can teach us today about women in positions of power.
By James M. McPherson 6 min read
The rationale asserted by US Presidents, from Lincoln to Obama, seems to remain constant: the commander in chief believes he has "a right to take any measure which may best subdue the enemy."