Arts and Sciences News
From colonial times to today, the demonization of outsiders has existed alongside the idea of the U.S. as a nation built by immigrants, says Tufts alumna Erika Lee, J91, a professor at the University of Minnesota.
Who gets to tell the story of the past? It’s a question that has transformed the Tufts curriculum.
Lidya Woldeyesus, A22, a chair of Jumbo Vote, in conjunction with students from Harvard and UMass Boston, has launched Boston Votes, which is dedicated to amplifying campus voter engagement and sharing best practices across Boston area colleges.
Fifty years ago, Janice Lourie, J57, started a revolution in textile manufacturing with IBM’s first software patent, and now as an artist continues to transcend boundaries
Executive Director of Health and Wellness Services Michelle Bowdler's new book "Is Rape a Crime? A Memoir, an Investigation, and a Manifesto" has been longlisted for the National Book Award for Nonfiction.
Michael Levin, Distinguished Professor, Department of Biology, is featured in this PBS NOVA documentary about new research on primitive life forms called slime molds.
Bookish: Barbara Shapiro, author of the bestseller The Art Forger and many other novels, talks about being “in love with story.”
A new consortium to explore the inner workings of our brains will further Daniel Dennett’s legacy at Tufts