There’s bad news. Modern temptations are killing us. Worse news? They’re growing in number. But the good news? Dan Ariely, a behavioral economist and expert on human irrationality, is here to help.
Disgust is more than just a character in Disney and Pixar’s new movie, “Inside Out.” In line with Week Four’s
Fueled by caffeine and energized by enthusiasm, “Irrationality” mastermind Dan Ariely has already been ensconced at Chautauqua Institution for eight days honing his plans.
After hearing politicians in the United States and Europe blame immigrants for economic and social problems, Ian Goldin decided to
America is known as the land of opportunity, but the land of the free doesn’t usually come free to many.
Latino history is significantly older than America itself, and Ray Suarez, host of Al Jazeera America’s daily program “Inside Story,” wants to remind people of that.
Sonia Nazario doesn’t work well chained to a desk. Clinging with bare hands to the top of a sizzling freight train, though, is a different story.
Patrick Griffin may teach lecture halls full of Fighting Irish in his classes at the University of Notre Dame, but he will discuss a different kind of Irishmen and women this morning.
When Jon Krakauer received his invitation to speak at Chautauqua, he thought he might walk there. Krakauer currently resides in
What does it mean to “become a man”? That is the question New York Times best-selling author and veteran, Wes