It's time for the planet's most fortunate to mount more than a symbolic protest of refusal on the nation's favorite day of consumer excess, contends Sociology Professor Juliet Schor.
Psychology Associate Professor Joseph Tecce discussed with Clint Conley of the Boston Herald, the psychological factors involved in conspiracy theories of the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
Leaving Russia, new from Professor of Russian and English Professor Maxim D. Shrayer, is the first English-language, autobiographical and nonfictional account of growing up Jewish in the former USSR.
John F. Kennedy's greatest achievement was not legislative; rather, it was to inspire Americans to public service, especially a younger generation, History Professor Patrick Maney said in an interview this morning with NECN. Maney also was quoted by the Boston Herald, and will participate in a special report on the 50th anniversary of the Kennedy assassination on WCVB-TV Ch. 5 on Friday, November 22.
A team led by Chemistry Professor Dunwei Wang has achieved a series of breakthroughs in the effort to economically harness artificial photosynthesis, the researchers report in the journal Angewandte Chemie. BC News Release | PhysOrg | TG (Tech Generation) Daily | Controlled Environments Magazine | ECN Magazine