Rebecca Gould (Yale-NUS): Open-Sourcing the Global Academy: Aaron Swartz’s Legacy. Brendan Sheehan (Leeds Metropolitan): The Political Economy of John Maynard Keynes: A Beginner’s Guide. From Ryerson Review of Journalism, what drives a little-known investigative journalist from Ottawa to expose a massive cheating scandal at the heart of worldwide pro soccer? Ignacio Estefanell wonders. Joe Laking reviews Gender and Cosmopolitanism in Europe: A Feminist Perspective by Ulrike M Vieten. “Muslims Need Not Apply": Elizabeth Shakman Hurd argues that a recent religious discrimination lawsuit against the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom shows why the commission should be disbanded. From Plus, is the universe simple or complex? Faye Kilburn investigates (and part 2). This Government on Wheels brings city services to the people: City Hall to Go is a mobile office that travels around Boston, letting citizens interact with their government without having to trek to City Hall. Is art inevitably tainted by politics? Norman Berdichevsky wonders. Dan Smith introduces a new edition of The State of the World Atlas.