By Benedikt J. Kastner When consuming different media like magazines, newspapers, advertising, television, film and literature, the reader/spectator tunes into a diverse range of concepts of self-optimization, individual fulfillment and […]
Kevan Feshami To say that white nationalism contains a religious element would likely be unsurprising. After all, there’s no shortage of scholarly literature on the religious aspects of white nationalist […]
There is a fantastic Easter egg buried in Marvel Studio’s latest box-office hit Black Panther. But this hidden gem is not the usual fodder for comic fan geek-outs or YouTube breakdowns. This Easter egg alludes to something surprisingly transcendent.
In 2011, when Barack Obama made a diplomatic visit to the nation of Poland, he was presented with an unusual gift: a video game. It wasn’t just any video game. […]
In the global media coverage of the present refugee crisis in Europe, digital activism has yet again received a bad name. All too familiar charges of slacktivism or armchair activism […]
By Patrick M. Johnson America is a secular country founded on religious freedom, in which citizens are free to live out their moral or religious values without infringement or imposition […]
Many Americans anticipate the beginning of the next football season from the second the Super Bowl concludes in February. When fall comes around they eagerly perform their Sunday night rituals […]