When It Was Just a Game
Long-time sports historian Harvey Frommer chronicles the first World Championship Game between the NFL and AFL, which would later become the Super Bowl.
When We Cease to Understand the World
A book about the bounds of the human imagination, centering on some of the most influential scientific theorems and thinkers of the 20th and 21st centuries.
When We Rise
American LGBTQ+ activist and founder of the San Francisco AIDS Foundation Cleve Jones recounts his early life, coming out, and involvement in the gay rights movement.
When Women Ruled the World
Egyptologist Kara Cooney examines the lives of six female pharaohs in ancient Egypt, shedding light on the relationship between women and power in history and today.
Where the Conflict Really Lies
Published in 2011, Where The Conflict Really Lies is a tightly reasoned philosophical argument that suggests monotheistic religion and science are deeply compatible, and that a scientific worldview need not exclude spiritual explanations.
White Hot: The Rise & Fall of Abercrombie & Fitch
This Netflix documentary exposes the racist and exclusionary practices of Abercrombie & Fitch, the hottest clothing brand at the turn of the millennium.
Who Cares Wins
In Who Cares Wins, actress and activist Lily Cole presents a comprehensive walkthrough of the problems the Earth faces today, highlighting changes that must be made both by individuals and the systems that govern our way of life.
Who Made My Clothes?
University of Exeter, Fashion Revolution
This course from the University of Exeter explains the destructive labor practices used throughout the clothing industry, and the Fashion Revolution's global movement to stop them.
Who Will Cry When You Die?
Motivational speaker and author Robin Sharma gives simple but life-changing advice on how to create the life you want and live it to the fullest.
Author Jackson MacKenzie helps readers process their trauma after abusive relationships by identifying and deconstructing unhealthy protective mechanisms.
Whose Story Is This?
Whose Story Is This? is Rebecca Solnit's most recent essay collection, in which the author reflects on our culture's narratives, who gets to shape them, and how they affect the rest of us.
Whose Vote Counts, Explained
Joe Posner, Ezra Klein
Whose Vote Counts, Explained: The Right to Vote explores the historical relationship between the law and the fundamental right to vote in the United States.
Why Cyber Security Is Important
In this course, the EC-Council covers essential best practices in cybersecurity for keeping your data and devices secure and protected.
Why Didn’t You Just Do What You Were Told?
This extraordinary collection of autobiographical essays and literary criticism from the witty and incisive writer Jenny Diski finds within its pages stories of sexual abuse, serial killers, 1970s counter culture, Jewishness, and Antarctica.
Why I Am a Hindu
This book is a comprehensive account of the rich history, core beliefs, and diverse interpretations of Hinduism.
Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race
Why I'm No Longer Talking to White People About Race is a personal yet deeply researched book about why conversations with and between white people about race are crucial to social change.
Why Move Towards Cleaner Power
Jo Haigh, Kris Murray, Shane Tomlinson, Imperial College London
In this course, experts from the Imperial College London and E3G explain the benefits and challenges of shifting to clean power sources and why we need energy policy changes — fast.
Why Nations Fail
Daron Acemoglu et al.
Why Nations Fail dives into the origins of economic inequality and explains that decision makers' poor choices, rather than culture or geography, are the main reason for unequal distribution of resources.
Why We Can't Sleep
Why We Can't Sleep examines the reasons why midlife crises are so prevalent in Generation X women, highlighting poor market conditions, caring for children and elderly parents, and unrelenting discrimination in the workplace.
Why We Get Fat
In Why We Get Fat, American journalist Gary Taubes expands on his long-running theory about obesity and weight loss and debunks some pervasive misconceptions about dieting.
Why We Love
Why We Love delivers a scientific explanation for love, shows you how it developed historically and evolutionarily, tells you what we're all attracted to and where we differ, and of course gives you actionable advice to deal with both the exciting, successful romance in your life, as well as its sometimes inevitable fallout.