As the centennial of John F. Kennedy’s birth approaches, JFK scholar James G. Blight revisits the Cuban missile crisis and shows how Kennedy’s aversion to experts helped keep us out of war.
Four former U-M presidents recently joined Mark Schlissel to discuss 40 years of U-M history.
In the escalating struggle between the individual and the state technology favors the powerful. That’s why this computer scientist revels in righting the balance.
For jazz percussionists, Cuba is the holy grail of influence. During a recent Spring Break, music students traveled south to find it.
The Smithsonian Institution’s archives are now home to two very different culinary collections by Rick Bayless, MA ’75, and Michael Stern, BA ’68.
In the midst of the civil rights movement, U-M historian Dwight Lowell Dumond published his anti-slavery masterwork. The backlash was ferocious.