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MacArthur Genius Grant awardees

Getting to Know the MacArthur “Genius” Fellows

This year's MacArthur Genius Fellows are a diverse group of artists, scientists, lawyers, writers, and more.
Extra Credit Suggested Readings from JSTOR Daily Editors

Suggested Readings: Judging Parents, Killing Pests, Distributing Heroin

Extra Credit: Our pick of stories from around the web that bridge the gap between news and scholarship. 

The Phantom Tollbooth

The Phantom Tollbooth is one book JSTOR Daily readers told us they remember fondly from childhood.
Extra Credit Suggested Readings from JSTOR Daily Editors

Suggested Readings: Better Burgers, Confusing Giraffes, and Stupid Babies

Extra Credit: Our pick of stories from around the web that bridge the gap between news and scholarship. This week: giraffes, veggie burgers, babies.
JSTOR Daily Friday Reads

Gabriel García Márquez

This week the beloved magical realist author Gabriel García Márquez was put on Colombia's 50,000 peseta bill.
Extra Credit Suggested Readings from JSTOR Daily Editors

Suggested Readings: Hair Politics, Socialist Women, and Messages in the Stars

Extra Credit: Our pick of stories from around the web that bridge the gap between news and scholarship. 
JSTOR Daily Friday Reads

Infertility and The Art of Waiting

Our Friday Reads: a new book by Belle Boggs called The Art of Waiting.
Extra Credit Suggested Readings from JSTOR Daily Editors

Suggested Readings: Ginseng, New Earth, and Good News about Inequality

Extra Credit: Our pick of stories from around the web that bridge the gap between news and scholarship.
Gene Wilder in 1978

Gene Wilder

Gene Wilder and the fan letters he got...from Gene Wilder.
JSTOR Daily Friday Reads

A New Novel Resurrects a Forgotten Author

A new book out this week, and related content you won’t find anywhere else. Young author Forrest Leo‘s ...
Extra Credit Suggested Readings from JSTOR Daily Editors

Suggested Readings: Hot Olympics, Harlem Politics, and Trump Talk

Extra Credit: Our pick of stories from around the web that bridge the gap between news and scholarship. ...
JSTOR Daily Friday Reads

Lydia Pyne

 Lydia Pyne's new book out this week, and related content you won’t find anywhere else.
Extra Credit Suggested Readings from JSTOR Daily Editors

Suggested Readings: Ancient Sharks, Fast Runners, and Dirty Water

Our editors pick stories from around the web that bridge the gap between news and scholarship. This week: microbiomes, Jamaican runners, Greenland sharks.
JSTOR Daily Friday Reads

Colson Whitehead

Colton Whitehead's new novel The Underground Railroad, and how he researches his books.
Extra Credit Suggested Readings from JSTOR Daily Editors

Suggested Readings: Flossing, Olympic Cities, and the Economics of Slavery

Extra Credit: Our pick of stories from around the web that bridge the gap between news and scholarship. ...
JSTOR Daily Friday Reads

Russia, China, and Patty Hearst

News books from Han Han, Jeffrey Tobin, Lara Vapnyar, and more with related links to JSTOR.
Extra Credit Suggested Readings from JSTOR Daily Editors

Suggested Readings: Olympic Bribery, Poetic Profanity, Honey-Seeking Birds

Extra Credit: Our pick of stories from around the web that bridge the gap between news and scholarship. ...
JSTOR Daily Friday Reads

The Olympics, Dave Eggers, and Your Idiot Brain

Our Friday Reads are these five new books out this week, and links to related content you won’t find anywhere else.
Extra Credit Suggested Readings from JSTOR Daily Editors

Suggested Readings: Racism and Portland, Theory and Food, Bikes and Mathematics

Extra Credit: Our pick of stories from around the web that bridge the gap between news and scholarship.
Hillary Clinton in Beijing

Hillary Clinton: Women’s Rights Are Human Rights

Welcome to a new series that brings you original content from individuals in the news.
JSTOR Daily Friday Reads

New International Books

Five new books out this week, and links to related content you won’t find anywhere else.
Susan B. Anthony

Susan B. Anthony on Her Revolutionary Foremothers

Susan B. Anthony discusses how women's rights have evolved in a 1902 North American Review piece, "Woman's Half-Century of Evolution." 
Extra Credit Suggested Readings from JSTOR Daily Editors

Suggested Readings: Ducklings, Turkey, and Rembrandt’s Mirrors

Extra Credit: Our pick of stories from around the web that bridge the gap between news and scholarship.
JSTOR Daily Friday Reads

Joy Williams, Tennessee Williams, and More

Five new books out this week, and links to related content you won’t find anywhere else. Prose master ...
Extra Credit Suggested Readings from JSTOR Daily Editors

Suggested Readings: Police Violence, Disclosure Trouble, and Watching Turtles from Space

Extra Credit: Our pick of stories from around the web that bridge the gap between news and scholarship.