History

Submitted by lmoulton on Friday April 05, 2013

In Polio, David Oshinsky tells the gripping story of the polio terror and of the intense effort to find a cure, from the March of Dimes to the discovery of the Salk and Sabin vaccines--and beyond. Drawing on newly available papers of Jonas

Submitted by jgoffin on Wednesday April 03, 2013

 

Lucas Mason-Brown will discuss his efforts to decrypt the mysterious marginal annotations made by Roger Williams in a copy of one of his books. The resulting discoveries have been covered by the Boston Globe and Slate, among other

Submitted by lmoulton on Thursday February 21, 2013

he HiFi (Historical Fiction) Collaborative

A Providence Writing Group

 The HiFi Collaborative is a forum for historical fiction writers to:

  •  Share their writing
  • Offer and receive feedback
  • Discuss
Submitted by lmoulton on Thursday February 21, 2013

Crossing the Line: (Self-) Censorship and the Limits on Political Dissent in Vietnam

Submitted by tamason on Friday February 08, 2013

For March and April, the group will be reading:

Submitted by tamason on Friday February 08, 2013