Rebecca Messbarger specializes in the Italian Enlightenment, in particular the intersections of anatomy and art, medicine and religion, and the shifting roles of women in civic and academic life during the age.
In a new book, Lynne Tatlock maps the novel’s journey across translations and into a new brand of romance fiction.
In 2001, Heather Cameron was teaching in Berlin when she had a novel idea that has transformed lives and communities around the world: start a female boxing club.
A new multi-year collaboration between researchers at the University of Leeds and Washington University seeks to reconsider the history of and emerging developments in Holocaust literature at an acute moment in history.
Of all Western industrialized countries, the United States ranks last for supportive work-family policies. Can American women look to European policies for solutions?