Early work from historian Elizabeth A. Fenn.
How did Günter Grass go from child soldier to literary titan? Part of the answer lies in the history of literary group Gruppe 47.
The connection between civil rights and private property rights as they play out in the 1960s and now.
After a two-year hiatus, the Large Hadron Collider is starting up again.
The struggle for the standard eight-hour workday in Chicago was a bitter one.
This is the first in a series of columns by Genealogy Roadshow host Josh Taylor about doing genealogical research on JSTOR.
Claudia Rankine's Citizen: An American Lyric, was the first book to be nominated by the National Book Critics Circle for both poetry and criticism.
The origins of the controversial phrase Welfare Queen.
The world’s first experiments with blood transfusion occurred in the mid-1660s in England. The procedure, carried out between dogs, was gruesome.
Differences in CEO Pay in countries like the U.S., Japan, and Israel.