Mass surveillance affects all Americans through a wide suite of technologies—but facial recognition, one of the most critical and commonly-used technologies, poses special risks for historically marginalized communities.
Two travel specialists share their expertise and insider knowledge to provide the scoop on the hottest travel trend of recent years.
This revealing lecture showcases the Harvard University exhibit in which three artists dignify the experiences of Anarcha, Betsey and Lucy, the enslaved Black women J. Marion Sims operated on during the 19th century.
Dr. Russell Low’s book “Avengers, Wildcats, and Crickets” is a rare personal glimpse of the War in the Pacific seen through the eyes and journals of five young American men who served on the USS White Plains in 1943–1944.
Safe and non-toxic Silk shows promise in reducing the environmental pollution that microplastics cause around the world