Mary Gordon ’71, the Millicent C. McIntosh Professor in English and Writing, publishes her personal short story “Ugly” in The Best American Short Stories 2017 (Oct. 3).
Snow's paper, published in Scientific Reports, gives insight into a possible cause of recent honey bee disease and death.
To mark the August 1791 anniversary of the start of the Haitian Revolution, this interview explores dystopian Haiti, zombies, and how pop culture perpetuates and reinforces incorrect narratives about Haiti and the wider "black" world.
Prof. Reagan writes on Fornés' distinctive aesthetic in a theatre history piece published in American Theatre.
Ron Briggs, Associate Professor of Spanish & Latin American Cultures, will publish his second book The Moral Electricity of Print: Transatlantic Education and the Lima Women's Circuit, 1876-1910 on July 18, 2017.
The volume, which is edited and introduced by Prof. Alberro, has been published by the MIT Press.
Prof. Postlewate's translation of Joseph by Marie-Hélène Lafon is the first English-language translation of Lafon's work.
Scholars react to Prof. Autesserre's assertions about local peacebuilding efforts, and Autesserre reinforces that elections cannot guarantee peace.
Jack Hawley, Professor of Religion, will publish his latest book Into Sūr’s Ocean: Poetry, Context, and Commentary in April 2017. It will be published by Harvard University Press.
Claire Tow Professor of Religion John Stratton Hawley was recently awarded the 2017 Ananda Kentish Coomaraswamy Book Prize by the South Asian Council of the Association for Asian Studies (AAS) in Toronto for his book A Storm of Songs: India and the Idea of the Bhakti Movement (Harvard University Press, 2015).