With the Boss on the road again, we look back at our 2018 study on how he would fare as a political candidate.
How The America Irish Built A New National Identity in America
A St. Patrick’s Day research essay
How terribly normal to be 70
For the Oscars: A research paper identifies three films about musicians that provide audiences with stronger connections to celebrities than popular biopics.
Sharp Notes Monday: ‘Tutti Frutti’
At a time of segregation in the U.S., Little Richard’s concerts and recordings attracted integrated audiences.
Sharp Notes Monday: ‘Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door’
Dylan: ‘Mama, put my guns in the ground. I can’t shoot them anymore.’
Sharp Notes Monday: ‘Alice’s Restaurant’
‘Alice’s Restaurant’ is filed with humor, but it also provides an example of the connection between music and social justice.
Sharp Notes Monday: ‘Count Me In’
While our Sharp Notes, Sharp Thoughts music and social media project was on hiatus for the summer, we shared a song every Monday to start your week. We’ve decided to make Sharp Notes Monday a permanent feature. Election Day day… Read More ›
Sharp Notes Monday: ‘Tomorrow Never Knows’
After the votes are counted, we will have a better idea of where the country is heading.
Sharp Notes Monday: ‘I’m on the Outside (Looking In)’
Is the Supreme Court on the verge of ending affirmative action for college admissions?
Sharp Notes Monday: ‘She’s Gone’
Lis Truss will become the shortest-serving prime minister in the history of the United Kingdom.