Household poverty alone drives cognitive decline in war-displaced children, a study has found — in keeping with research on U.S. children living under hardship.
Cooke discusses his book “Inventing Boston: Design, Production, and Consumption, 1680–1720,” an examination of Boston’s distinctive material culture.
Timothy Snyder’s books “On Tyranny” and “The Road to Unfreedom,” which examine the rise of authoritarianism, are each on the New York Times bestseller list.
The search for sustainable fuels has brought scientists back to one of the most abundant materials on Earth — rust.
The Oct. 23 panel, called “How I Learned to Write,” will feature Wesley Morris ’97 B.A., Ava Kofman ’14 B.A., Sarah Stillman ’06 B.A., and Yuki Noguchi ’97 B.A.
Bloom, Sterling Professor of English and the influential author of over 40 books including “The Anxiety of Influence,” died Oct. 14 at the age of 89.
In his new book, “American Cuisine: And How It Got This Way,” historian Paul Freedman gives readers a window into American history through its food.