MSNBC’s “The Cycle” featured CLASH! on May 16. Alana talked about religion, politics, and why migrating from Tennessee to San Francisco makes you lose weight and change your hair. Special bonus: smart hosts Touré, S.E. Cupp, Ari [...]
Clash! gives a simple explanation of why cultures collide and what everyone can do about it. We first reveal that underlying many of the 21st century’s fiercest conflicts is a single root cause: the clash between [...]
Conservative radio host Stu Taylor and I discussed race, class, and gender. Although I had to open the can of statistical reasoning, no one got hurt. Instead, we both did a good job of demonstrating [...]
Psychology Today profiles CLASH! in its May 2013 issue under the headline “The Real Culture Wars.” Journalist Matt Huston writes about three trade-offs that people make when using their independent versus interdependent sides.
Media personalities from across the political spectrum are talking about CLASH! Hear me discuss CLASH! with conservative commentator Rusty Humphries on his syndicated talk radio show, brought to you by Tea Party News Network. Practicing what CLASH!preaches, Alana and Rusty bridge [...]
Kara Platoni of Stanford Magazine sat down with Hazel and Alana to discuss Clash! in “About Our Antagonisms.” Among the morsels, Hazel talks about the Japanese art vendor who praised her for picking out the watercolors “that all the American women like,” and [...]
Alana and Hazel opined on “Accidental Racist” by Brad Paisley and LL Cool J in The New York Times’ “Room for Debate.” Because popular music lyrics are so memorable and pervasive, they powerfully shape individuals’ thoughts, feelings [...]
Of late I’ve been thinking a lot about kindergarten. My kindergarten, that is. I’m thinking about a practice we had during lunch time: We did not get to choose with whom to dine. Instead, after purchasing [...]
Returning to my alma mater for the first time in many moons, I presented the Culture Lab’s research on choice in India, China, and working-class America at the Yale China India Insights Conference. Click this [...]
As a guest on KQED+’s The History Quiz, Alana reveals the secrets of Silver’s adaptive eyeglasses, the original Engelbart mouse, a Lunar Rover antenna, and an antique transit compass. Click this post to watch the videos.