Just what is it about Twilight that has enchanted so many women? Tanya Erzen explores that question in Fanpire
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Nancy Polikoff explains why she wants the argument for marriage equality to be more about equality, less about marriage.
"The message of Banned Books Week is that we only possess free speech as long as we are willing to fight for it."
Mentions, media, and upcoming events for Beacon authors and their books.
Students loans comprise the largest category of non-real estate consumer lending. But these loans come without the basic protections provided other types of debt.
Wind power has helped to bring back a Kansas farming community.
The inspiring story of David Wingate, a living legend among birders, who brought the Bermuda petrel back from presumed extinction.
From an inauspicious beginning, Kate Whouley turned her love of books into a life of writing.
Two people—a black woman and a white man—confront the legacy of slavery and racism head-on.
In honor of Indigenous Peoples Day, we interviewed author Kim E. Nielsen, author of A Disability History of the United States, about the history of disability in North American Indigenous culture.
Mentions, opinions, events, and more!
A film "inspired by real events" would be better if it focused on real heroes in education.
The first book to cover the entirety of disability history, from pre-1492 to the present Disability is not just the story of someone we love or the story of whom we may become; rather it is undoubtedly the story of...
Two Beacon authors parse what "conservative" means today, plus J. Jack Halberstam goes Gaga on video.