A Johns Hopkins historian, whose new book on Black women’s suffrage is out this month, shares the legal, academic, and artistic influences that come together in her work
A Harvard social historian of the African diaspora and Atlantic slavery seeks to tell unfamiliar stories “without letting the power of anti-Blackness stand in for Black history.”
A professor finds that personal essays are surprisingly effective in building relationships in a synchronous virtual classroom
Back in the old days, a prospective academic author could submit a manuscript — sometimes even a barely reworked dissertation — and book editors would consider it for publication. Now, even if you’ve finished the writing, editors want to see a book proposal first.
Editors and leaders of scholarly presses talk about the impact of Covid-19 on publishing in the months ahead.