Johnny Miles says modern superheroes and ancient Jews have a lot in common.
Todd Kerstetter chronicles the constant power struggle that comes with attempting to create a life along a river.
Ashley Coles studies why drivers take their chances in high water, and how cities can prevent such risk-taking.
Professor Jodi Campbell dishes on the meaning behind the meal in 15th-century Spain.
Frederick Gooding Jr. looks at how integration of the workforce hid years of continued discrimination.
In a Q&A, the associate professor of German and French discusses how the roots of language influence thought and explains why musicians make talented language learners.
Stacie McCormick, assistant professor of English, explores the link between slavery and contemporary African American performance and literature.
Descendants of African slaves use the Spanish language to understand their history in Latin America.
The assistant professor of Spanish and Hispanic studies the lasting effects of war.