Jeffrey Brown talks to Nicholas Carr, author of "The Shallows: What the Internet Is Doing to Our Brains," which looks through the lens of neuroscience to see how the Internet shapes our brains.
By Tom LeGro
Williams Powers' book, "Hamlet's Blackberry: A Practical Philosophy for Building a Good Life in the Digital Age," looks to what Powers calls the "best place to find sanity": the past.
The winner of this year's National Book Award for nonfiction tells the story of Cornelius "Commodore" Vanderbilt, who rose from humble means to amass a vast fortune, build the country's largest fleet of steamships and control a railroad empire.
By Arts Desk
Jeffrey Brown talks to Pulitzer Prize-winning author writer Michael Chabon about his first work of non-fiction, "Manhood for Amateurs," a collection of essays.
A new book by writer Francine Prose called "Anne Frank: The Book, The Life, The Afterlife" asks how much we really know about Frank and her famous work, and wonders what more the talented young writer could have produced if…
Friday on the NewsHour, Jeffrey Brown spoke with philosopher and motorcycle-repair shop owner Matthew Crawford about his book, "Shop Class as Soulcraft."…
By Arts Desk
Some popular writers have turned up in an unexpected place: Health Affairs. The contributions are a part of the 10th anniversary of "Narrative Matters," a feature that maintains that health-policy debate must have room for the experiences of regular people.
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