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Islam and Democracy

Some Muslim scholars argue that democracy is a requirement of Islam in the contemporary world.

A Labor of Love

Covering the English language from the Norman Conquest to the advent of printing, the Middle English Dictionary is published.

On the Trail

African American history is interpreted in a tour of some of Virginia's oldest churches and schools that played a vital role in integration.

Watershed

Seven states that share the waters of the mighty Colorado examine their heritage.

People of the Rivers

Tribes of the Northern Plateau speak of creation stories and customs in their own language in a new exhibition.

Storylines America

In spaces as vast as Montana, book groups take to the airwaves.

Write ’Em Cowboy

Poetry of life on the range finds an audience in Nebraska.

Excavating the Delta

Bodies found in an ancient cemetery may yield new clues to Cambodia's past.

The Temple and Its Poem

A poem inscribed in Cambodia's most famous temple is being translated into English for the first time.

The Making of a Museum

How a deal between a railroad financier and an Italian priest brought art to Baltimore.