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Can your eyes expose your sins? Does refraction apply to a person's soul? An ASU English professor explores a 13th century text uniting science and religion.
A conversation with Project Humanities director Neal Lester on everything from notions of "professional" hair to the subtext he finds in all forms of literature to his research on the "n-word."
Is personalized medicine all it's cracked up to be? ASU author Lee Gutkind finds out.
An ASU undergrad's blog investigates the digital evolution of literary presses.
When a language ceases to be spoken in its homeland, it is at risk of vanishing forever. The Fort Mojave Indian Tribe is partnering with ASU researchers to preserve the Mojave language for future generations.
We share the world with them, but do we really know what it's like to be an animal? Ron Broglio explores the limits of human understanding of the animal world.
An ASU professor is recognized for his research on the relationship between human culture and certain objects.
Architecture graduate students discuss how they incorporate light and landscape into designing a lab for researchers studying light and the environment.
Music Professor Kimberly Marshall performs and talks about the organ, an instrument with a large body of work and a long history.
A new book of poetry and photos tells the stories of evacuees from Hurricane Katrina.