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A recent installation at Slought offered manufactured food for thought.[...]
A new book examines a forgotten component of the labor movement.[...]
Erica Armstrong Dunbar C’94 wrote about Ona Judge’s escape from slavery.[...]
Lorene Cary C’78 G’78 on a glorious day in the nation’s capital.[...]
A talk with the authors of Becoming Penn, which traces the University’s development over the tumultuous half-century from the Cold War to the Millennium. [...]
As the nation’s first medical school celebrates its 250th anniversary, a look back at how generations of students, faculty, and alumni have served their country, delivered the finest patient care, and advanced medical research and education here in Philadelphia and around the world.[...]
Daniel Todes spent 25 years researching and writing his epochal biography of Ivan Pavlov. The result is a science historian’s answer to Tolstoy, Turgenev, and Dr. Zhivago.[...]
Medical historian Beth Linker on war and the limits of rehabilitation.[...]