Articles tagged with children-and-family

Nara Milanich

The meaning of fatherhood remains elusive, even in the age of DNA-based paternity testing.

Dzur Boyte Teaching Citizenship
Albert W. Dzur

Education’s most important job is to teach students to take an active role in their democracy, starting in their own communities.

Hugh Ryan After Marriage
Hugh Ryan

Did the success of gay marriage erode the radical potential of queer politics?

witch protestors
Jessie Kindig

A woman’s body is both a site of exploitation and a site of resistance. It is out of this vexed space that the witch is conjured.

Jocelyn Simonson

The Mass Bail Out at Rikers Island shows that freedom is a critical part of public safety.

Merve Emre Deborah Chasman

The Myers-Briggs Bias: An Interview with Merve Emre

David Auerbach

Through the experience of parenting his daughter, a software developer came to see Google and Facebook as the first digital children. 

Nancy Scheper-Hughes

The pontiff still hasn't commented on Ireland's abortion referendum. That could all change when he visits the country in August. 

Sarah Sharma

From laundry to meal prep, apps tend to mimic maternal care. Is this good for women?