Exploring the history of the Ku Klux Klan’s presence at Harvard University.
“A young scientist’s quest to transform a dying way of life.”
A kidnapping deemed a hoax, the newbie detective who cracked the case, and the Harvard-trained lawyer whose mental unraveling set the whole story in motion.
Meet Eric Feigl-Ding, the town crier of the COVID-19 pandemic.
“Down in the deep, the legal distinction between land and sea no longer holds.”
A Harvard-trained lawyer was convicted of committing bizarre home invasions. Psychosis may have compelled him to do it. But in a case that became a public sensation, he wasn’t the only one who seemed to lose touch with reality: As suddenly as the Peeping Tom incidents started, they stopped. “It was about the same time […]
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“The impostor begins to do everything possible to prevent being discovered in her self-perceived deficiencies.”
“‘Operation Joe’ finds our top expert on atomic energy confidently carrying forward his research in the field of pure basic science, where the atomic bomb is only a ‘gadget.'”
Reflecting on the adversities and victories of her youth, Emi Nietfeld interrogates how narratives of resilience minimize suffering.