FROM THE PAGE: An excerpt from Ethan Mollick’s Co-Intelligence

From Wharton professor and author of the popular One Useful Thing Substack newsletter Ethan Mollick comes the definitive playbook for working, learning, and living in the new age of AI. In Co-Intelligence, Mollick urges us to engage with AI as co-worker, co-teacher, and coach. He assesses its profound impact on business and education, using dozens of

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A Letter to Educators from Kara Alaimo, PhD, Author of Over the Influence

By Kara Alaimo, PhD, Associate Professor of Communication at Fairleigh Dickinson University Dear Educators, In the early days of the Internet, The New Yorker ran a cartoon of a dog in front of a computer telling another dog, “On the Internet, nobody knows you’re a dog.” The thinking was that the Internet – and then

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FROM THE PAGE: An excerpt from Rachel Feder’s The Darcy Myth

Love Is a HAUNTED HOUSE or, What Pride and Prejudice Would Look Like as a Horror Novel We know (and Jane knew) that Austen’s classic romances are deeply influenced by the Gothic, by the horror and terror of late-eighteenth-century popular fiction. Because Jane Austen is such an influential figure in the history of the novel,

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FROM THE PAGE: An excerpt from Adam Grant’s Hidden Potential

Hidden Potential offers a new framework for raising aspirations and exceeding expectations. Adam Grant weaves together groundbreaking evidence, surprising insights, and vivid storytelling that takes readers from the classroom to the boardroom, the playground to the Olympics, and underground to outer space. Grant explores how to build the character skills and motivational structures to realize

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The Darcy Myth author Rachel Feder on Feminist Manifestos You Can Fit in Your Purse

By: Rachel Feder When my new book, The Darcy Myth: Jane Austen, Literary Heartthrobs, and the Monsters They Taught Us to Love, came out this November, I was doing what I usually do in November: teaching a course on Jane Austen. This one was a senior seminar with a brilliant and hilarious group of students

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FROM THE PAGE: An excerpt from Ruth J. Simmons’ Up Home

From the farmland of East Texas to Houston’s Fifth Ward to New Orleans at the dawn of the civil rights movement, Ruth J. Simmons depicts an era long gone but whose legacies of inequality we still live with today. Written in clear and timeless prose, Up Home is both an origin story set in the segregated

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FROM THE PAGE: An excerpt from Temple Grandin’s Visual Thinking

A quarter of a century after her memoir, Thinking in Pictures, forever changed how the world understood autism, Temple Grandin transforms our awareness of the different ways our brains are wired. In Visual Thinking, she proposes new approaches to educating, parenting, employing, and collaborating with visual thinkers.   One What Is Visual Thinking? When I

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