What's new about what's ancient? For one thing, it's not just about Greece and Rome any more.
What does logic have to do with reasoning in real life?
What happens when you mix Star Trek with Descartes?
It really is all rhetorical.
Information is power, but only if it's accessible and understood.
The towering genius who explained gravity and essentially invented the modern scientific method spent nearly 30 years studying alchemy in secret.
A dental-hygienist-turned-scholar delves into the history of Hamlet and brings the Bard to her town.
In the online world of Arden, the fun will have some serious intent.
Using human actors as his sets, award-winning choreographer and director George Pinney goes "beyond fantasy" in his new production.
Once focused on great composers and their genres, the academic study of music now encompasses everything from jazz to John Cage to rap.
Math may be at the heart of musical structure, but few have a handle on how it all works.
Her co-authored Madwoman in the Attic has been called "the book that created a canon." Susan Gubar reflects on gender studies, Virginia Woolf, and Judas.
When the doctrine of a divine plan took root in America, it created a 400-year-long debate that shows no signs of stopping.