July 26, 2021
Kate Mulry, author of An Empire Transformed (NYU Press, 2021), spoke with the online journal Current about her writing process, research, and the impetus for her path-breaking work in American history. Read the full conversation below.
April 5, 2021
—Shirley Hune and Gail M. Nomura
How can all of us better challenge falsehoods of Asian American and Pacific Islander women’s docility and call attention to the complexities of their past and present experiences in the United States and elsewhere?
February 11, 2021
—Rebecca L. Davis
The meanings that people attach to heterosexuality, and even their sense of what heterosexuality is and why it matters, have a rich and fascinating history.
February 2, 2021
—Michelle D. Commander
A profoundly personal story, Avidly Reads Passages is my journey into the past to gain better understandings about slavery and white supremacy and how they reverberate and threaten Black lives in our own times.
November 4, 2019
—Julia A. Ericksen A recent article in the New York Times described the ways in which young women and men are remaking Argentine tango, the dance that seems to embody… READ MORE
October 31, 2019
—Ann Gordon, L. Edward Day, Christopher D. Bader, and Joseph O. Baker
The authors of Fear Itself pull data from their Chapman University survey on American fear of Muslim Americans and Islam
October 28, 2019
NYU Press author answers the question: Why, in the 21st century, are people feeling compelled to change their names?
September 19, 2019
—Jenny Wiley Legath
What we can learn from one Deaconess’ experience with migrants in Brownsville, TX and across the border