Why college students who do serious historical research become independent, analytical thinkers
After 50 years as a professor, I understand that my job is to make students think hard about thinking
Donald Hall, a former poet laureate of the United States, died on June 23 at age 89. This essay about life on Eagle Pond Farm in New Hampshire, where Hall lived and worked for more than 40 years, appeared in our Winter 2015 issue.
The aftermath of a disorienting divorce
How an American sergeant’s journey through frigid North Russia inspired a work of historical fiction