Suffolk Law professor Michael Avery remarks on contemporary themes prevalent in Shakespeare's Henry V.
21 posts from June 2010
Author Michael Lanza discusses his family's "treacherous" hike to the heart of the Grand Canyon.
As current events continue to shape world on a daily basis, our authors have become prominent voices in speaking for topics that that range from human rights to environmental conservation. Take a look at some of the attention our authors have been getting this past week.
Learn more about the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act through the inspiring words of Beacon author, David Chura.
Check out this nursery rhyme for the Gulf Coast created by Beacon author David Gessner.
Read Chapter 2 of Carlos Ball's new book From the Closet to the Courtroom.
Take a trip down-river through the wilderness of Idaho with one of Beacon's new authors.
Happy Father's Day!
Stupid, stupid white people…
See what media our authors have been getting this week.
Has President Obama lived up to Candidate Obama's campaign promises on LGBT rights?
With the World Cup in full swing, Steve Wilson talks about Latino immigration and the U.S. soccer team.
Universal Issues and Unifying Words
Looking at the results of a new study about kids with lesbian moms.
Beacon staff looks forward to the World Cup.
Arizona’s New Laws: An Attempt to Secure Cheap Labor?
“You Have the Right to Remain Silent”
Beacon authors respond to global challenges.
Aviva Chomsky is stopped by Israeli officials at the border.