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.
What You Can Do to Help Europe’s Migrant Crisis What you can do to help Europe’s migrant crisis—even if you’re thousands of miles away.
Arizona Newscaster Defends Herself for Properly Pronouncing Spanish Words “I was lucky enough to grow up speaking two different languages…”
Two Assholes Broadcast Their Attempted Gun Crime on Periscope What kind of dark digital age are we entering?
From Street Art to Sex Toys: Six Ways the Creative Community has Responded to Donald Trump Tump-mania inspires activists to step up their game when it comes to the GOP’s leading candidate.
Why Anti-Doping Rules Matter for Video Game Tournaments As e-sports come of age, advocates struggle to make sure everybody plays fair.
New Map Explores World from a Cat’s Point of View How does the world look from a cat’s eyes? Answer: Adorable, duh.
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