100 Books: Texts that Influenced My Thinking–Walter Lippmann’s “Public Opinion”

Boasting a career spanning 60 years, he is famous for being among the first to introduce the concept of the Cold War, coining the term “stereotype” in the modern psychological meaning, and critiquing media and democracy in his newspaper column and several books, most notably his 1922 “Public Opinion.”

1 Doherty Thomas: American Studies Professor

Professor of American Studies [email protected] 781-736-3032 Brown Social Science Center, 310 Departments/Programs American Studies Degrees University of Iowa, Ph.D. University of Iowa, M.A. Gonzaga University, B.A. Expertise American media and culture. Profile A cultural historian with a special interest in Hollywood cinema, Thomas Doherty is a professor of American Studies at Brandeis University. He is […]

Barbie: Book Will Reveal Margot Robbie’s Never-Before-Seen Press Tour Looks, Rare Mattel Photos 

Due March 19 on Rizzoli, the book will feature vintage-inspired outfits styled by Andrew Mukamal and shot by iconic fashion photographer Craig McDean.

1 Napoleon: Photos

Vardanyan records her and her family’s efforts to find out what happened to her brother, Soghomon, 21, who went missing.

00 Embarrassing Movies (Tops & Flops, Gongs & Bombs)

Bombs, Flops, Gongs, Tops (BFGT)