By Guest Contributor Molly Nebiolo The roots of contemporary botany have been traced back to the botanical systems laid out
By guest contributor Trish Ross For the full companion article, see this Winter’s edition of the Journal of the History of Ideas.
A Conversation with Benjamin Hoffmann, Assistant Professor of Early Modern French Studies at The Ohio State University and editor of
by guest contributor Sarah Bendall Our everyday lives are surrounded by objects. Some are mundane tools that help us with
by guest contributor William Theiss The 1517 book On Gems by Erasmus Stella, a doctor and mythologist from Leipzig, never
by guest contributor Spencer J. Weinreich Act III, scene iii of William Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice (c.1596) sees the
by guest contributor David Kearns Since his death on 13 February 2016, much has been written on Antonin Scalia’s legacy