Remembering Longtime Professor Zella Luria
A noted researcher and activist, Zella Luria taught psychology at Tufts for forty years.
Why Ancient Myths Remain Relevant Today
The Ancient Greeks viewed the world in ways that can seem disconnected from modern western culture. But some of their core beliefs have stayed with us, argues Marie-Claire Beaulieu, associate professor of classics.
A Closer Look at Political Compromise
Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences and Professor of Political Science James Glaser and Professor of Political Science Jeffrey Berry have published an article in Political Science Quarterly on why Republican legislators are less likely to favor compromise.