This is the third in a series of commentaries in our Graduate Forum on Pathways in Intellectual History, which is
By guest contributor Christopher Porzenheim Even the smallest display of virtuous conduct immediately inspires us. Simultaneously we: admire the deed,
By Editor Derek Kane O’Leary Edmund Bailey O’Callaghan (1797-1880) was an unlikely candidate for the mammoth translation and historical project
By Editor Derek Kane O’Leary American sculptor Bela Pratt imagined the above statue in 1916, but it was never built.
By guest contributor JT Jamieson A braggadocio writing in The New-England Magazine in 1832 asked his Northern audience, “Is it
By Editor Derek O’Leary, in conversation with curator Diana Greenwold It can be easy to imagine the early American republic