It is an irony of our age that while electricity increasingly drives nearly every aspect of our daily lives, we continue to ...
This week marks the 58th anniversary of the assassination of JFK. Last year’s anniversary went nearly unnoticed in the press.
There is an epidemic of bad thinking in the world today. An alarming number of people are embracing crazy, even dangerous ...
After One Hundred Winters: In Search of Reconciliation on America’s Stolen Lands confronts the harsh truth that the United States was founded on the violent dispossession of Indigenous people and asks ...
Revised Color Edition Robin J. Wilson. On October 23, 1852, Professor Augustus De Morgan wrote a letter to a colleag ...
In Now Comes Good Sailing, a new volume of essays, twenty-seven leading writers explore how Thoreau has influenced and inspired them and why his work has particular resonance in this time of climate, ...
NYU’s Institute for Public Knowledge invites you to a book talk for Does Skill Make Us Human? Migrant Workers in 21st Century Qatar and Beyond, featuring the author Natasha Iskander in conversation ...
I sat in a Zoom room with our social science team, in awe (again) of my colleagues’ commitment and their embrace of change.
Environmentally speaking, it might be said that Western culture backed the wrong horse with both Christianity and capitalism.
Plagues and pandemics are nothing new in history with the classical world of ancient Greece and Rome certainly having their ...
Princeton University Press’s European office is now operating from a new location on Banbury Road in North Oxford. The move offers vastly increased capacity for a growing number of UK-based staff and ...
But even if we could print these books ourselves, we’d still be reliant on trucks to deliver them to distribution centers, on boats to transport them across the world as our global reach continues to ...