A few things online that caught my attention this week
3 books on the therapeutic mindset
Five books to read about Sandra Day O’Connor.
What is the value of the humanities?
The world’s only ventriloquism museum
Do poor West Virginians deserve the humanities?
How American librarians helped defeat Hitler.
Bronwen Everill reviews Katlyn Marie Carter’s Democracy in Darkness: Secrecy and Transparency in the Age of Revolutions
Max Edling on the fifty years between the Boston Tea Party and the Monroe Doctrine
Bayard Rustin the BIOPIC vs. Bayard Rustin the labor activist.
A Harvard English professor will teach a course on Taylor Swift
Drew Gilpin Faust asks (in the context of the story of John Brown): “When is violence justified?“
Jennifer Szalai reviews Tim Alberta, The Kingdom, The Power, and The Glory: American Evangelicals in an Age of Extremism
What is happening to Sports Illustrated?