From the Desk of Jacqueline Vanhoutte: Perceptions of Female Rule, Then and Now

Jacqueline Vanhoutte is a University Distinguished Teaching Professor at the University of North Texas, where she also chairs the English Department. She received her B.A. from Carleton College and her Ph.D. from the University of Washington. Jacque has published on … Continue reading From the Desk of Jacqueline Vanhoutte: Perceptions of Female Rule, Then and Now

From the Desk of Hilary Malatino: The Erasure and Exclusion of Intersex Bodies

Hilary Malatino is an assistant professor of women’s, gender, and sexuality studies at Pennsylvania State University and core faculty in the Rock Ethics Institute. Their new book Queer Embodiment: Monstrosity, Medical Violence, and Intersex Experience is available now.  If there’s anything I’ve learned … Continue reading From the Desk of Hilary Malatino: The Erasure and Exclusion of Intersex Bodies

From the Desk of Norman Fine: The Most Influential Invention of World War II

Norman Fine is a retired electronics engineer, founder of a high-tech company, and the editor and publisher of an annual engineering design guide series in the 1990s. He is the author of the forthcoming book Blind Bombing: How Microwave Radar Brought … Continue reading From the Desk of Norman Fine: The Most Influential Invention of World War II

From the Desk of Jane Singer: Should history’s truths be told no matter the cost or conflict?

Jane Singer is a Civil War author, researcher, and lecturer. She is the author of Lincoln’s Secret Spy: The Civil War Case That Changed the Future of Espionage and The Confederate Dirty War: Arson, Bombings, Assassination and Plots for Chemical and Germ Attacks on … Continue reading From the Desk of Jane Singer: Should history’s truths be told no matter the cost or conflict?