Articles with keyword "Letters"
Six Degrees of Voltaire: How Computer Code Developed to Study the Enlightenment Is Connected to the Panama Papers
A tool developed to explore the epistolary connections of Enlightenment intellectuals is being used to put twenty-first-century "power players" in hot water.
President Lincoln, shot on Good Friday, was dead on Saturday, and mourned throughout the country on Easter Sunday, 1865.
This issue includes a conversation with the Jefferson Lecturer, and articles on Einstein, Grant, Frost, and painter Archibald Motley.
After winning the Civil War and living in the White House, he decided to see the world.
On letters, diaries, and other records of the American story at the Massachusetts Historical Society
The irascible John Adams shows a different side in his writings to his wife Abigail.