Taking an objective approach to learning about religion can lead to a greater connection with other humans. In this episode, learn about the educational benefits of religious studies, how a deeper knowledge of religions can lead to greater understanding among people, and more.
Many different things can contribute to a person’s sense of identity. In this episode, learn about the concept of intersectionality, which allows people to understand how their own identity can change based on differing circumstances.
Why do nations still wage war against each other? In this episode, learn about the national security strategy, what issues lead to armed conflict, and the role of ethics.
Were labor unions successful in improving the quality of life for working-class people? In this episode, learn about the turbulent and often violent efforts to form unions in the South.
Social media is contributing to the increasing divisiveness in the U.S. In this episode, learn why it’s more important than ever to be a critical media consumer.
In this episode, learn how cultural norms, including language and social differences, in Europe and the U.S. lead to differences in moral and social values.
In this episode, APU’s Dr. Bjorn Mercer talks to art professor Mina Majstorovic about art history and the selfie phenomenon.
In this episode, APU business professor Dr. Kandis Boyd Wyatt interviews Dr. Maurice Fluitt about his work in epigenetics and Type 2 diabetes.