Volume V Number 12 includes “Myth, Meaning, and Scientific method in Big History” by William Katerberg, “Cosmos in the Classroom” by Dustin Eirdosh, poetry by Todd Duncan, notices of new publications by Akop Nazaretyan and Giovanni Abrami, and more.
Volume V Number 11 presents “Discovering Big History: An Unorthodox Journey” by Robert H. Moore, “Big History and the Stovepipe Implosion” by Ken Baskin, the new Coursera on-line Big History course by David Christian, David Baker and other faculty at Macquarie University, and a review of Paula Metallo’s show, Mogli e Buoi… (Wives and Oxen).
Volume V Number 10 features “Big History of Calcium: Life’s Actuating Element” by Frans Verstappen, “What I Learned on My Summer Vacation: Flying through Big History in One Week” by Lucy B. Laffitte, “Big History is Asia,” and notice of the new publication From Big Bang to Galactic Civilizations: A Big History Anthology, Volume I; Our Place in the Universe; An Introduction to Big History edited by Barry Rodrigue, Leonid Grinin and Andrey Korotayev.
Volume V Number 9 provides information about the 2016 IBHA conference and announces the publication of From Big Bang to Galactic Civilizations: A Big History Anthology and the Fonty project on ChronoZoom.
Volume V Number 8 includes “TACTILE TEACHING: Models for “Teaching Museums” at three San Francisco Bay Area Universities” by Lanier Graham, CSUEB & Institute for Aesthetic Development.
Volume V Number 7 includes “Big Art History: The Beginning of a Personal Voyage” by Joshua Fisher, Assistant Professor of Art, Arkansas Tech University; and “Perspective, Gratitude, and Wonder: Revelations in Big History” by Kyle Herman, Community Montessori, New Albany, Indiana.
Volume V Number 6 presents Introducing Big History to the general public by popular lecture series: The Little Big History of the Nalón River (Asturias, Spain) by Olga Garcia Moreno; Columbus’ Measurements by Fred Spier; and “The Scenario of Cosmic Evolution” by Eric J. Chaisson.
Volume V Number 5 is dedicated to the memory of Dr. Ji-Hyung Cho.
It also features “Big History Meets Psychology: An Investigation of Psychological Practice in Light of the Origin Story of Our Time” by Marc W. Ross, PhD; “Did Galileo overstate the magnification of his telescope 16 times?” by Fred Spier; “What I’m Doing on My Summer Vacation: Teaching Big History in a Two-Week Course—Eek!” by Lucy B Laffitte, Ph.D.; “High-redshift proto-clusters candidates: Planck finds a gold mine” by Luigi Toffolatti, and more!
Volume V Number 4 includes a classic article on “Evolutionary Process: An Organizing Principle for General Education” by John A. Mears; “Researching a New Scholarly Field: The Case for Big History” by Abel A. Alves, and more!
Volume V Number 3 highlights the classic article “The Gentle Art of Scientific Trespassing” by Walter Álvarez, information on The Big History Summer Institute at Dominican University of California, and “Big History in the Larger World” by Bill Cox.
Volume V Number 2 features “E Pluribus Unum” by Chris Corbally, SJ, and Margaret Boone Rappaport; “International Relations and Big History: My Personal Account” by Maarten Oranje; “Responses to Rich Blundell’s IBHA presentation on “Shakespeare in the Cave: A Big History of Art;” “Defining Big History in a Scale Free Universe” by Camelo Castillo; and more.
Volume V Number 1 features A Short History of Fire, A Path the the Big History Community, and Big History, World History, and Opera.