In a new episode of the Tufts podcast Bernard Fraga talks with Newhouse Professor of Civic Studies Brian Schaffner about the complex causes of the election turnout gap between minority and white voters
Klaus Miczek, Moses Hunt Professor of Psychology, is working on stopping the brain system that creates a craving for alcohol and drugs under stress
Jeff Flake, former Republican senator from Arizona, tells a Tufts audience that voters need to value politicians who govern on their principles. The event was moderated by Deborah Schildkraut, professor of political science.
A new study from Associate Professor of Occupational Therapy Nancy Baker and colleagues at the University of Pittsburgh examines claims that sit-stand desks are better for weight loss and work performance
A new study finds that two-father families still face discrimination, especially in states and settings that offer fewer legal and social protections
Alums Christina Greer and Zerlina Maxwell talk with Kendra Field, associate professor of history and Africana Studies, about the intersection of politics, race, and gender—and the radical MLK—in a Tufts podcast
The New York Times profiles A&S faculty members Kendra Field and Kerri Greenidge's African American Trail Project.
Gilbert Metcalf, the John DiBiaggio Professor of Citizenship and Public Service, argues that we can pay for pollution now or later—and the price is lower now
An interactive map project that highlights African American historical sites brings together decades of research
Longtime drama professor Laurence Senelick’s extensive collection celebrates the performing arts across the centuries