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“Can We Say That? Princetonians are questioning whether there are boundaries for campus conversations — and who draws the lines,” Nov. 11, 2015.

“Galway Kinnell, a Poet for Vermont, and for Us,” Princeton Alumni Weekly, February 4, 2015.

“Can Split-Second Micro-Expressions Help Employers Hire Smarter?” New York Magazine’s Science of Us, January 15, 2015.

“The Liar’s ‘Tell’: Is the Psychologist Paul Ekman Telling the Truth?” Chronicle of Higher Education, October 10, 2014.

“Controversy Heats Up Over Exclusionary Campus Groups,” Chronicle of HIgher Education, October 6, 2014.

“Did the Vikings Get a Bum Rap? A Yale Historian Wants Us to Rethink the Terrible Tales About the Norse,” National Geographic, September 26, 2014.

Illustration by Tom Lovell

Illustration by Tom Lovell

“Need for Speed: The Night I Raced Away From Washington’s Hellish Traffic” (a humbling night at Summit Point Motorsports Park), Washingtonian, June 2014.

Illustration by Ryan Inzana: www.ryaninzana.com

Illustration by Ryan Inzana: www.ryaninzana.com

“Beyond Belief: The Limits of Religious Tolerance” (on the legal debate over religious exemptions from laws), Chronicle of Higher Education, June 9, 2014.

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Getty Images

“The New Academic Celebrity: Why a Different Kind of Scholar—and Idea—Hits it Big Today,” Chronicle Review (cover), April 14, 2014.

Matt Roth for the Chronicle Review

Matt Roth for the Chronicle Review

“Text Me, Ishmael: Reading ‘Moby Dick’ in Emoji,” Smithsonian, March 2014.

“Stanley Milgram and the Uncertainty of Evil: The Psychologist’s Famous Findings About Human Nature Have Haunted Us for 50 Years. But Can We Trust Them?” Boston Globe, Ideas, Sept. 29, 2013. 4047282-3x2-340x227

“The Young Wellesley Professor Who Invented Contemporary Art: How One Seminar in the Boston Suburbs Helped Transform American Culture,” Boston Globe, July 28, 2013.

Sidebar: “When Modern and Contemporary Art Broke Up: The Boston Manifesto That Gave the ICA its Name.” Modern.Art.Illustration2

“How We’re Scaring Students Away From Loans,” Washington Post, March 21, 2013.

“The Data Vigilante,” The Atlantic, December 2012. Sketch of a Penn psychologist who has been campaigning against sloppy statistical “findings.”