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Photo: Mary Mallon lies in a hospital bed after being apprehended by the authorities in 1907 for being a carrier of typhoid fever.

The Most Dangerous Woman in America is a companion website for a film that examines the case of Typhoid Mary, a cook who was...

Hannah Arendt at the University of Chicago, undated. Courtesy of the Hannah Arendt Trust.

The Hannah Arendt Papers offers selections from a writer whose work is one of the principal sources for the study...

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The Fight examines the 1938 boxing match between Joe Louis and Max Schmeling in the context of...

Image of Henry Luce

Henry Luce is the companion website for a film about the missionary's son who founded...


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