Articles with keyword "books"
Phil Cantelon of History Associates talks with NEH Chairman Bruce Cole about the profession outside the walls of academia.
A young historian pours forth The French Revolution, blood and all, inspiring a generation of Victorian writers.
The Bloomsbury group broke ties with Victorian ideals and reimagined British art.
I have become a regular purchaser of old books, and as I pull these worn-out tomes from my mailbox I wonder if anyone else is still reading these particular works.
The book gives way to the download, and solitary reading transforms into virtual conversations.
Jefferson Lecturer Leon Kass describes his journey from medical school to the heart of the humanities.
The budding naturalist avoids life as a minister and finds himself aboard the Beagle.
Webster's Third: The Most Controversial Dictionary in the English Language.
From Coyote Country: Fictions of the Canadian West, wherein Duke research professor in Canadian studies Arnold E.
Oregon Humanities magazine’s summer ’09 issue provokes much thought on the matter of things, possessions, or, as the editors call it, “stuff.” The issue is stuffed with stuff on stuff, includ