How to be successful on the academic job market

Now that the new academic year has arrived, many Ph.D. students will be going on the job market for the first time.…


Emerging Principles of a Theology of Shalom

To mark the fiftieth anniversary of the Second Vatican Council declaration, Nostra Aetate, Saint Joseph’s University in Philadelphia commissioned sculptor Joshua Koffman to create an original artwork called “Synagoga and Ecclesia in Our Time” for the plaza outside the campus chapel.…


It’s Time for Active Learning in All Sociology Classrooms…

If you teach in a sociology program, you have no doubt heard of teaching through active learning. Most college instructors now know that students learn more and perform better when actively engaged in (and out) of the classroom (Bajak 2014, Killian and Bastas 2015).…


Changing Dietary Intake using a Culturally Adapted Approach for Diabetes Prevention: Can It Work?

Public Health Nutrition Editorial Highlight: ‘Changes in dietary intake following a culturally adapted lifestyle intervention among Iraqi immigrants to Sweden at high risk of type 2 diabetes: a randomised trial‘.…


Meet the Editorial Board for Personality Neuroscience: Q&A with Colin DeYoung

Colin DeYoung is Professor at University of Minnesota, USA. His research focuses broadly on the structure and sources of personality, attempting to discover the relations among different personality traits and the neurobiological systems that influence them.…


Cambridge Core at 1: What functionality has been delivered for librarians since launch?

Cambridge Core, the combined ebook and journal platform, launched in September 2016. The site was informed by extensive market research and feedback from our users including over 9,000 researchers and librarians.…


Church and Space in the Middle Ages

This is an English translation of the Editorial to Annales. Histoire, Sciences Sociales Volume 72 – Issue 1. On the publication of their two most recent volumes in 2016,[1] the Annales invited Dominique Iogna-Prat and Florian Mazel to participate in an exercise in lecture croisée.


SWI: a Barrier to Coastal Management

Maintaining water quality is a global concern and, with the onset of climate change and the increased expansion of the human population, it is likely only to become even more important in the future.…