Curious Reads

COVID-19 Pandemic: Life After Crisis

More than one-fourth of the world’s population is in lockdown, as governments impose restrictions on movement to contain the coronavirus spread. These unprecedented measures are tearing the social fabric of some societies and disrupting many economies, resulting in increased unemployment and widespread hunger. In many parts of the world, the spread of COVID-19 has filled […]


The Age of Reason

The Enlightenment, an intellectual and philosophical movement that emphasized the power of reason, dominated Europe during the 17th and 18th centuries. Following the Age of Science, which marked a radical change in scientific thought, many Enlightenment men were equipped with scientific ideologies. Science made people aware of the natural law and their natural rights, which led people […]

Clinical Psychology Curious Reads

Ted Bundy: Justifiable Death Penalty Case

Evil, deceptive, and manipulative. Former social worker and political campaign activist. On the FBI’s most wanted list. Convicted of dozens of sex killings in Washington State, Utah, Colorado, and Florida. More than 20 young women beaten, strangled, abducted, bludgeoned, raped, sexually mutilated, and sexually molested. Serial killer. Ted Bundy. The FBI defines a serial killer […]

Anthropology History

This Thing We Call Time

Have you ever questioned, for instance, why are we so caught up with time? Why do we feel like we’re always running out of it? Why do some days feel like forever, while others end in the blink of an eye? Why do we always hear “time is money” and what does it really mean?