By Vincent Sherry
Sherry introduces the 2014 recipient of the biennial International Humanities Medal and Prize, contemporary poetry's Explicator-in-Chief, Marjorie Perloff.

By Gerald Early
As director of Washington University's African and African-American Studies Program, Gerald Early reflects on the the past, present and future of Black Studies.

Freedom's Ballot: African American Political Struggles in Chicago from Abolition to the Great Migration
Looking ahead to the Faculty Book Celebration on Nov. 4, we talk with former crime reporter Maggie Garb (History) about her new book.

By Elisabeth Windle
Graduate student Elisabeth Windle offers her thoughts on women studies scholar Jennifer Nash's newest book, The Black Body in Ecstasy.


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