‘Guns, Germs, and Steel‘ is probably not the most apt name for a book that is, for the most part, about agriculture. Don’t let that turn you away though: Jared Diamond’s ambitious history of human societies is a truly engaging read.… Read more ›
She was only 10. She was not a terrorist. She did not know what this war meant.
This January I spent two weeks in Jordan and Israel as a volunteer on the Middle East Experience. It was a chance for 16 high school students to see some of the biggest problems our world is facing and learn about the humanity in a conflict so often reduced to little more than statistics.… Read more ›