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Wharton dean Geoffrey Garrett provides some perspective and advice on how to be a good leader in the 21st century.
'Life Sentences' encouraged South Australian prisoners to write - and showed how they might benefit from the experience.
The English language is spoken by roughly a quarter of the global population, but is this diversity the driver of its success?
The therapeutic benefits of reading are well documented, but if you’re stuck in a reading rut or need a character to teach you a life lesson, turn to a bibliotherapist.
The US movie industry still gets all the limelight – but there are buzzing production hubs around the globe.
Progress on the film world’s gender bias is slowly being made as women claim more leading roles. But a new report says there is still a long way to go to achieve equality in the industry....
South Korean film 'parasite' has become the first non-English language film to win the award for Best Picture. The film also won awards for Best Original Screenplay, Best International Fe...
Visiting the library is still a common pastime for many people across the US. This is what they’ve been reading in New York.
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts is facing criticism from many leading actors including Carey Mulligan and Gemma Arterton for its failure to recognize female talent and ac...
The Ballet, directed by Kibwe Tavares, is inspired by the 2015/16 migrant crisis whereby more than a million people fled conflict in the Middle East and North Africa.
Photojournalist Rena Effendi tells the story of his search for seven orphaned grandchildren in a refugee camp in Syria.
There are about 4,000 stores selling pre-owned items in the country – and their popularity endures as more people consider the environmental impact of their lifestyles.
The actress tells her personal story to help break the stigma surrounding mental health issues, especially in India.
In this extract from his latest book, Lonnie Bunch writes about how a museum can humanise history.
"It is here," said Lynette Wallworth while accepting her Crystal Award at the 2020 World Economic Forum Annual Meeting.