From Harvard University comes essays sampling topics at the forefront of academia in the twenty-first century. Eminent faculty members invite readers to explore subjects as diverse as religious literacy, cyberspace security, epidemiology, questions in evolution, the dark side of the American Revolution, and the biology of the human mind.
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Table of ContentsContents Contributors Preface Enhancing Religious Literacy in a Liberal Arts Education through the Study of Islam and Muslim Societies American Literature and the American Environment: There Never Was an “Is” without a “Where” The Internet and Hieronymus Bosch: Fear, Protection, and Liberty in Cyberspace Nothing in Biology Makes Sense Except in the Light of Evolution: Pattern, Process, and the Evidence Global History for an Era of Globalization: An Introduction Medical Detectives The Human Mind Securing Human Rights Intellectually: Philosophical Inquiries about the Universal Declaration What Is Morality? Energy Resources and the Environment: A Chapter on Applied Science Interracial Literature “Pursuits of Happiness”: Dark Threads in the History of the American Revolution