Saturday, January 17, 2015

January 2015 ASEBL issue

The latest ASEBL, January 2015, volume 11 number 1, is live at the St. Francis College website ( Academics--Publications--ASEBL – here 

A very good issue which features:

1. Ryan O. Begley, Kathryn Coe, and Craig T. Palmer, “From Blood Feuds to Civility: Romeo and Juliet and the Changing Evolutionary Role of Cultural Traditions.”

2. Edward Gibney, “Bridging the Is-Ought Divide: Life is. Life ought to act to remain so.”

3. R.C. De Prospo, ‘“lighting out for the Territory ahead of the rest’: The Future of/in The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.”

4. Dustin Hellberg, “Rhythm, Evolution and Neuroscience in Lullabies and Poetry.”