The author of ‘Contraception: A Concise History’ discusses the history and future of contraceptive technology.
Sam Kelly | Aug 20
The author of “Technologies of the Human Corpse” explores how technology is blurring the distinctions between life and death, and how personal loss has shaped his research.
Sam Kelly | May 4
The founding director of Stanford’s Virtual Human Interaction Lab and author of “Experience on Demand” explores the potential benefits of VR and the future of VR research.
The Editors | Apr 30
Sherry Zane sheds light on a dark covert operation that targeted homosexual Navy men.
The Editors | Jan 20
The author of "Sharing the Work" reflects on her tumultuous life and career spent fighting gender bias.
The Editors | Aug 5, 2019
Acclaimed translator Mark Polizzotti demystifies the process of literary translation and demonstrates its capacity for art.
The Editors | Jun 10, 2019