James McWilliams

Runner. Reader. Recovering academic. Incipient sovereign wayfarer. Believes that speaking in tongues is worth a broken lip.

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Most Schools Don't Have Clear Restroom Policies, and That's a Public-Health Problem
December, 4 2018
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Pot Is Edging Out Alcohol and Cigarettes as the Teenage Drug of Choice. Is That a Good Thing?
November, 26 2018
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How Ideas Spread Through the Academy
November, 13 2018
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Is Texas' Campus Carry Law Actually Making Anyone Safer?
November, 6 2018
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To Understand the High Cost of Colleges, Think of Them as Investment Banks
October, 25 2018
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Of Course Public Confidence in Higher Education Is Down
October, 12 2018
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The Environmental Case for Multiculturalism: What We Can Learn From 18th-Century  America
September, 26 2018
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Senator Jeff Flake's War on Small Animals and Sound Science
September, 17 2018
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The Future of Podcasting Is Educational
September, 5 2018
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Will the Sexual Openness of the 'Hook-Up' Generation Confront the Concerns of #MeToo?
August, 23 2018
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When It Comes to Health-Related Research, Should We Cut Out the Middleman?
August, 20 2018
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Can Campus Diversity Survive Without Affirmative Action?
July, 31 2018
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Down With Facebook. Long Live the Red Book?
July, 24 2018
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Conservative Media Is Waging a War on the Humanities, and It's Succeeding
July, 16 2018
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Dylann Roof's Fateful Google Search
July, 2 2018
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For All the Benefits of Studying Mathematics, Some Critics See a Dark Side
June, 27 2018
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How Chicken Activists in California Broke the Law to Start a Reasonable Debate About Animal Cruelty
June, 18 2018
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Perp Walk Politics: The Downsides of the Blue Carpet
June, 4 2018
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Is It Time to Rethink Campus Protest?
May, 4 2018
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Are Universities Exploiting Black Male Athletes in Order to Raise Revenues?
April, 19 2018
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New Thoughts About Environmental Thinking: Daegan Miller's Debut Is One Radical Breath of Fresh Air
April, 13 2018
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The Bizarre Odyssey of the Barkley Marathons
April, 2 2018
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How Welfare Ranchers Take Taxpayers for a Ride
March, 21 2018
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The Humanities Are Dead. Long Live the Humanities.
March, 13 2018
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The Bug-Filled Future of Feed
March, 6 2018
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On Libertarians, Autism, and Empathy
February, 22 2018
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Teaching the Art of Reading in the Digital Era
February, 12 2018
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Foxes in the Hen House: Could the Animal Welfare World Be An Unusually Bad Place for Women to Work?
February, 6 2018
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Bryan Stevenson on What Well-Meaning White People Need to Know About Race
February, 6 2018
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For Women Who Have Been Victims of 'Stealthing,' There Can Be Dangerous Health Consequences—and Little Option for Legal Recourse
January, 30 2018
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How Local Shops and Seminar Rooms Are Reviving Sex Education
January, 22 2018
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The Opening of the American Mind: How Educational Podcasts Are Making Us Smarter Citizens
January, 12 2018
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When Deafness Is Medicalized: Inside the Culture Clash Over Cochlear Implants
January, 5 2018
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Waste Not, Want Not ... Wait?
December, 22 2017
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The Lucrative Art of Chicken Sexing
December, 14 2017
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This Absolute Lust for Meat
December, 4 2017
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Should You Thank a Soldier for Their Service?
November, 27 2017
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Meat, Without All of the Blood and Guts
November, 6 2017
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Making Homework Matter: Don't Ban It, Fix It
October, 23 2017
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Is Rock 'n' Roll Suffering a Public-Health Crisis?
July, 28 2017
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How Can Journalists Cross Cultural Divides in the Age of Trump?
July, 18 2017
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The Kids Are Alt-Right
June, 29 2017
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The Hoax That Backfired: How an Attempt to Discredit Gender Studies Will Only Strengthen It
May, 31 2017
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Cats in the Crosshairs: How to Confront the Problem of Feral Felines
May, 16 2017
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Even the Critics Are Coming Around on GMOs — Pacific Standard
May, 4 2016
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A Brief History of Drowning — Pacific Standard
May, 3 2016
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The Culinary Potential of the Canine
March, 16 2016
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The Failure of a Piece of Landmark Animal Welfare Legislation
March, 9 2016
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Forget What You’ve Heard: Organic Food Is Not Food Grown Without Pesticides
February, 19 2016
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The Failure of Food Journalism
February, 10 2016
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About
James McWilliams is a writer who has produced content for psmag.com and iasc-culture.org
Key Phrases
United States, Food Waste, Higher Education, Eating Meat, Food System, Animal Welfare, Eating Animals, Raw Milk, New York, Wild Horses
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