We’re taking a brief hiatus from our usual publishing schedule during this last week of 2019, but we’ll be back
This month, we asked our editorial team to reflect on books they wished they had read earlier in their academic
We asked faculty to reflect on an important work of intellectual history that they find neglected in university classrooms and
Derek: I recommend teaching Ann Fabian’s The Skull Collectors: Race, Science, and America’s Unburied Dead (Chicago, 2010) in your undergraduate
Pranav: Ruth Harris, The Man on Devil’s Island: Alfred Dreyfus and the Affair that Divided France Ruth Harris’s account of
Simon Commentators in contemporary British politics evoke “The Welfare State” so often that you’d think everyone knew what it meant.