How to Spark Joy by Tidying Up Your Thesis

How to Spark Joy by Tidying Up Your Thesis

Essential instructions for decluttering your writing and folding Foucault's turtleneck sweater.
The Figueroa Flock

The Figueroa Flock

Emily Leshner and Ben Boteler
In Queens, a pigeon is one of the multispecies family.
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South America’s Golden Fleece

South America’s Golden Fleece

Penelope Dransart
In the Andes, a fine fleece is highly prized. Yet, scientists’ understandings of genetic variation and classification diverge sharply with local herders’ relations with their herds.
Performing Penguin Care

Performing Penguin Care

Matthew Battles
In the bright waters of the aquarium, penguins and their keepers propose a fishy utopia.
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Resurrecting Ferrets and Remaking Ecosystems

Resurrecting Ferrets and Remaking Ecosystems

Adrian Van Allen
Scientists are bringing an endangered species back to health in the lab and wildlife reserve. They are also reimagining the prairie ecology of the American Midwest.
Close Encounters of the Bird Kind

Close Encounters of the Bird Kind

Nathaniel J. Dominy and Laurel B. Symes
An unexpected brush with an emu leads to investigative adventures into booming, drumming, and low-frequency sound.
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“<i>No</i> Means I Love You”

No Means I Love You”

Signithia Fordham
The praise song of a churchlady’s daughter on Mother’s Day.
Staging Harmony in China’s Urban Dance Competitions

Staging Harmony in China’s Urban Dance Competitions

Claudia Huang
State institutions and the retired dancers do not share the same agenda, but dance competitions allow organizers and participants to broadcast their respective messages.
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How to Spark Joy by Tidying Up Your Thesis

How to Spark Joy by Tidying Up Your Thesis

May 20, 2019
Essential instructions for decluttering your writing and folding Foucault's turtleneck sweater.
The Figueroa Flock

The Figueroa Flock

Emily Leshner and Ben Boteler
May 16, 2019
In Queens, a pigeon is one of the multispecies family.
-
South America’s Golden Fleece

South America’s Golden Fleece

Penelope Dransart
May 16, 2019
In the Andes, a fine fleece is highly prized. Yet, scientists’ understandings of genetic variation and classification diverge sharply with local herders’ relations with their herds.
Performing Penguin Care

Performing Penguin Care

Matthew Battles
May 16, 2019
In the bright waters of the aquarium, penguins and their keepers propose a fishy utopia.
-
Resurrecting Ferrets and Remaking Ecosystems

Resurrecting Ferrets and Remaking Ecosystems

Adrian Van Allen
May 16, 2019
Scientists are bringing an endangered species back to health in the lab and wildlife reserve. They are also reimagining the prairie ecology of the American Midwest.
Close Encounters of the Bird Kind

Close Encounters of the Bird Kind

Nathaniel J. Dominy and Laurel B. Symes
May 16, 2019
An unexpected brush with an emu leads to investigative adventures into booming, drumming, and low-frequency sound.
-
“<i>No</i> Means I Love You”

No Means I Love You”

Signithia Fordham
May 10, 2019
The praise song of a churchlady’s daughter on Mother’s Day.
Staging Harmony in China’s Urban Dance Competitions

Staging Harmony in China’s Urban Dance Competitions

Claudia Huang
May 10, 2019
State institutions and the retired dancers do not share the same agenda, but dance competitions allow organizers and participants to broadcast their respective messages.
-