The Crimes against Children Research Center has been awarded more than $1.8 million in grants from the U.S. Department of Justice to combat Internet and other crimes against children.
Much has been written about Russia's literary giants Dostoevsky and Tolstoy, but a new book takes a provocative look at the writing of these masters by analyzing their use of eating as an expression for male sexual desire.
A University of New Hampshire professor has been awarded the 2009 American Educational Studies Association Critics’ Choice Award for her book about the prominent role of racism and sexism in today’s classrooms, with behavior in some children starting in kindergarten.
A recent Carsey Institute report finds that while New Hampshire workers have fared well compared with other New England states, wages have stagnated and full-time workers now form a smaller share of the labor force.
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