Sustaining diversity and independence in scholarly publishing.

It took one day to make a four year writing journey worthwhile. When Anna and I began on Searching for Health four years ago, we thought that it was a good idea, but more than once we had to convince ourselves that people would find the effort...
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He collected. They paid. She sued. Works of history routinely contain phrases like these. When I began studying women’s legal activities in eighteenth-century New England, I too wrote sentences with these sorts of verbs—active, yet simultaneously...
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The National Alliance on Mental Health reports that 20.6% of U.S. adults experienced mental illness in 2019 (51.5 million people) . This represents 1 in 5 adults. Established in 1949, Mental Health Awareness Month is observed every May to raise...

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Measuring only 5 ½ x 9 7/16 inches, Giovanni Boldini’s 1879 painting Return of the Fishing Boats, Étretat , has long been one of my favorites at The Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, MA. Indeed, there are far greater paintings by Monet, Renoir,...
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Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, celebrated every year in May, is a time to recognize the historical and cultural contributions of Asian Americans and Pacific Islander Americans. In recognition of the lasting and rich...
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In an age where you can search for anything on the Internet, you may wonder why you need The Eye Book . Why would I even bother taking the time to update the first edition published over twenty years ago? Well, twenty years ago when the Johns...
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