GOOD Books: The Foreign Perspective on Globalization
Everyone is talking about how we have just entered the "global age." But globalization is not a new concept. Ask authors from Liberia, Algeria, South Africa, South America, the French Caribbean, or the Czech Republic, and they will tell you how globalization has affected their countries for centuries.
Here, we highlight novels that are both entertaining and educational. Now that America is on the international scene as a player rather than an owner, we have a lot of catching up to do.
Fixing the Most Dangerous Road in L.A. is Even Tougher Than You Think In this installment of The Big Road Fix, we tackle one of the most notorious off-ramps in America. When it was built, the Arroyo Seco Parkway was considered a modern marvel.
What Happens When a Loved One Tells Someone How They Really Feel About Them No matter who you are, at some point in your life you’ve probably been over critical of yourself.
5 of America’s Most Obnoxiously Whitewashed Mountains Mount Denali belongs to a long tradition of white-capped mountains named after white settlers.
A New Weapon in the Fight Against ISIS’ Archeological Destruction: 3D Cameras The Million Image Database Project wants to give citizen photographers around the world the power to digitally preserve their national treasures.
Here’s Our Dream Cast for a James Bond Film Featuring All Black Actors After actor Idris Elba was called “too street” to play the iconic British spy, perhaps it’s time for actors of color to reboot the whole Bond franchise.
How Color-Changing Crystals Could Alter the Way Football Handles Concussions A monster hit turns them from, say, green to purple.
Fantasia: An Algerian Cavalcade
Playing in the Light: A Novel
The Chosen Place, The Timeless People
Borderlands: The New Mestiza = La Frontera
Persepolis: The Story of a Childhood
The Glass Room