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."
By Jennie Yabroff 4 min read
In “Young Titan,” author Michael Shelden traces Churchill’s formative years and his early experiences with disappointment. Were other leaders similarly branded by what happened to them as children and young adults? A handful of biographies and memoirs examine the childhoods and young adulthoods of future world beaters.