- SOF/Heyman Fellow Alumni Claudio Saunt Wins the 2021 Bancroft Prize in American History and Diplomacy
- SOF Alum Dan-el Padilla Peralta featured in the New York Times Magazine
- SOF Fellow Leah Aronowsky’s article “Gas Guzzling Gaia” published in Critical Inquiry
- SOF Alum Joelle Abi-Rached in the Boston Review and Le Monde
- SOF/Heyman Board Member Kaiama L. Glover named 2021-2022 Fellow of the Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers
- Humanities in the Emergency Room: CHCI in Conversation with Dr. Rishi Goyal
- SOF Board Member Shamus Khan’s Op-Ed in the Washington Post
- Katharina Volk, Thomas Graham, and Giuseppe Gerbino awarded NEH grants!
While New York City was the epicenter of the ongoing global Covid-19 pandemic, Rishi Goyal served as Attending Physician in the Emergency Department at Columbia University Medical Center. Every day, he and his colleagues tended to and cared for patients struck down by this incurable illness as mortalities throughout the city, and throughout the United…
This article tells the story of the oil and gas origins of the Gaia hypothesis, the theory that the Earth is a homeostatic system. It shows how Gaia’s key assumption—that the climate is a fundamentally stable system, able to withstand perturbations—emerged as a result of a collaboration between the theory’s progenitor, James Lovelock, and Royal Dutch Shell…
SOF/Heyman Board Member Kaiama L. Glover named 2021-2022 Fellow of the Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers
The New York Public Library 's Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers has selected its 23rd class of Fellows: 15 talented academics, literary artists, and independent scholars. This year's cohort includes SOF/Heyman board member Kaiama L. Glover.