Fall 2013 Fall 2013 The Chinese Century? David Hulme Will the 21st century be Chinese? And if it is, what does that mean for China and for the rest of the world? Fall 2013 Does Prophecy Have a Future? David Hulme Various notable predictions make headlines around the world from time to time, yet each turns out to be a nonevent. Is there such a thing as certain prophecy? Fall 2013 Doing “Social” on the Net Gina Stepp New technologies always seem to stir up fear and anxiety in some quarters. The Internet, and social networking in particular, is no exception. Words of Honor What we post on social networks can be far more hurtful than the spoken word because it can affect so many people. Fall 2013 The Theater of War Daniel Tompsett Since at least the time of Homer and his epic account of the Trojan War, people have glorified warfare and reveled in it as entertainment. Fall 2013 Manufacturing a Consumer Culture Laura Cloer Dan Cloer Science and technology have radically changed the world, making us the greatest consumers in history. But are we any happier? Does having more give us more? Fall 2013 Henry Ford: The People’s Tycoon Michael McKinney Henry Ford will always be remembered for revolutionizing factory work and, of course, for giving the world the Model T. Fall 2013 Good Riddance to Sin Thomas E. Fitzpatrick Is anything or anyone wrong anymore? Today it seems that much human wrongdoing is reduced to the accepted fact that everyone makes mistakes.