By Cindy Kok Look closely at the lower left corner of Jan Weenix’s 1693 group portrait: a pineapple grows amidst
By Zach Bates This is a companion essay to the author’s “The Idea of Royal Empire and the Imperial Crown
By Guest Contributor Molly Nebiolo The roots of contemporary botany have been traced back to the botanical systems laid out
By Editor Derek Kane O’Leary The monumental, bronze face of Leif Erikson gazes westward from Boston’s Commonwealth Avenue toward the
By guest contributor Pamela C. Nogales C. Prompted by the experience of the second world war, historian Lewis Namier described
By Editor Derek Kane O’Leary American sculptor Bela Pratt imagined the above statue in 1916, but it was never built.