Finding the right college is a challenge for all students. But Black families face additional challenges and questions while navigating the admissions process. In The Black Family's Guide to College Admissions, veteran admissions experts share provocative insights and demystify this complex process to answer important questions from where to apply to how to get in.
Now on the podcast: An interview with The New School President Dr. Dwight McBride. We discuss his essay in Social Research on Phillis Wheatley's Poems on Various Subjects - what her work has meant to him, and what she (and her critics) can teach us about the history of racism and African-American literature.
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A book historian used micro-computed x-ray tomography to examine the interior binding of a medieval book. What he found surprised him. Now on the blog: an interview with J.D. Sargan on "The Ghosts of Bindings Past" from the latest issue of Digital Philology.
At the time of diagnosis, breast cancer patients are faced with many overwhelming decisions about possible treatments. Living with Breast Cancer provides you with an overview of what to expect from testing and treatment, which cancer specialists you may need to see, and common terms to use to help communicate your needs to your team. This empathetic resource full of relatable stories teaches patients and caregivers how to ask the right questions to get the best possible care.
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