From the Desks of Nicholas A. Robins and Barbara J. Fraser: A Timely Exploration of Inequalities in the Andes-Amazon Region

Nicholas A. Robins is a teaching professor of history at North Carolina State University. He is the author of several books, including Mercury, Mining, and Empire: The Human and Ecological Cost of Colonial Silver Mining in the Andes and Of Love and Loathing: Marital … Continue reading From the Desks of Nicholas A. Robins and Barbara J. Fraser: A Timely Exploration of Inequalities in the Andes-Amazon Region

Ray A. March at Home: Built-in Social Distancing and Regional History

Ray A. March is an independent journalist whose articles and essays have appeared in Time, the New York Times, the San Francisco Chronicle, and elsewhere. He is the author of several books, including Alabama Bound: Forty-Five Years inside a Prison System and A River in Ruin: The … Continue reading Ray A. March at Home: Built-in Social Distancing and Regional History

From the Desk of Siobhan Senier: Showing Readers Indigenous Writers

Siobhan Senier is a professor of English at the University of New Hampshire. She is the editor of Dawnland Voices: An Anthology of Indigenous Writing from New England (Nebraska, 2014) and author of  Voices of American Indian Assimilation and Resistance: Helen Hunt Jackson, … Continue reading From the Desk of Siobhan Senier: Showing Readers Indigenous Writers

From the Desk of Randon Billings Noble: Elegy for Dracula

Randon Billings Noble is an essayist. Her work has been published in the Modern Love column of the New York Times, the Georgia Review, Fourth Genre, the Los Angeles Review of Books, Creative Nonfiction, and elsewhere. The Mid-American Review called her essay collection Be with Me Always (Nebraska, 2019) a … Continue reading From the Desk of Randon Billings Noble: Elegy for Dracula