How is it possible to consider the world a moral community when there is so much disagreement about the nature of morality? Kwame Anthony Appiah, "The Ethicist" for New York Times Magazine, discusses a new approach to living a moral life in the modern age.
Image courtesy of Stephen DiRado Frank Armstrong is an important American landscape photographer whose work over six decades has revealed aspects of the American character by focusing on interactions between material culture and the grandeur—and banality—of landscapes across our country. Frank’s teaching is integral to his practice. He has spent the last twenty-one years […]
Since the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1985, Asia has remained the center of video game hardware manufacturing (China and Southeast Asia), the center of game innovation and the birthplace of most game genres (Japan), and the largest reliable resource of consumers (nearly half of game players reside in Asia). Game scholars Tara Fickle (University of […]