Popular works by evolutionary biologist and baseball fan Stephen Jay Gould back in print
Adam Kirsch, Mark Whitaker, and Niall Ferguson have new books out.
The pioneering professor at Harvard Business School died November 1 at age 89.
Gordon S. Wood on the birth of the United States, Steven Pinker on declining violence, Jack M. Balkin on “Living Originalism,” and a dozen others whose recent books have Harvard connections
Menzie Chinn and Jeffry Frieden review recent U.S. economic woes in the context of the “capital flow cycle.”
David Nathan reviews Brent R. Stockwell’s “The Quest for the Cure”
The Cogan University Professor’s recent book, and works by other Harvard authors, reach the finals of the prestigious competition.
Walter Isaacson ’74 wrote the official biography of the Apple co-founder, to be released October 24.
In Your Medical Mind, Jerome Groopman and Pamela Hartzband write about beliefs and medical choices.
Aaron L. Friedberg writes that the U.S.-China power balance is a cause for concern.
Seamus Heaney introduces an anniversary album.
Reading at the College, and in ancient Rome
Ezra Vogel’s monumental biography of Deng Xiaopeng, the doctrinaire pragmatist who modernized China.