The following are two excerpts from Ben Mutschler’s recent publication, The Province of Affliction: Illness and the Making of Early New England. The book explores
In normal times, the American Political Science Association meeting is one of our busiest conferences–our jam-packed booth is full of scholars looking to browse and
We’re excited to share the book trailer for historian Jaipreet Virdi’s new book, ‘Hearing Happiness: Deafness Cures in History’!
Spring and Summer of 2020 have been unlike any in our collective memory. But as we’ve spent these months in relative isolation, socially distanced from
It seems that the effects of COVID-19 persist in each and every arena of our lives. With its emergence, the unjust systemic stratifications of resources,
Scott L. Montgomery, author of The Chicago Guide to Communicating Science, is widely known for his writings on energy matters, intellectual history, language and translation,