We present the following as we look forward to further curation and development work:
During his presidency, Roosevelt did more to conserve America’s natural resources and its places of special beauty than any other president. He convened state executives to aid in the cause, which led him to create the NGA.
As insurance costs and requirements rise, some municipalities are looking to self-insurance and service providers’ cyber incident warranties to help in cases of ransomware and other incidents.
Both the public and policymakers have trouble understanding why building more roads and highways does not reduce congestion.
What sets apart Francis Bacon, Danny Heitman writes in this essay, is his inquiring mind. Unlike the confessional Montaigne, Bacon shared few personal details in his writing. But the essayist’s insistence on reason and observation shapes how we still think about the sciences and their role in society.
What is artificial intelligence, or AI? How does it affect our daily life? In this new lexicon, Swati Srivastava defines a handful of AI terms, examining how these tools are changing the way we search for information, apply for loans, even move about our homes.
In this essay, Eugene Holley Jr. remembers biographer Valerie Boyd and her award-winning book on Zora Neale Hurston, which Alice Walker called “the standard for years to come.” Boyd, who passed away in February, had a gift for bringing people to life on the page. As Boyd put it, “every character has a story, every person in the room has a voice.”
In the early 1970s, a group of Boston secretaries formed 9to5, organizing for better pay, opportunities to advance, and an end to workplace harassment. Featuring 9to5’s founders, and actor and activist Jane Fonda, this NEH-funded film examines the untold story of the movement that inspired Dolly Parton’s classic song and women in the workforce across the country. 9to5 is now streaming on PBS and Netflix.