In this issue of OMNIA, you get expert perspectives on issues that have demanded attention in 2020, from healthcare inequality to racial justice and the state of democracy. You can also read about a groundbreaking female chemist and how translators open new worlds of art and culture for English readers. We invite you to check out OMNIA’s new podcast series, In These Times, where you can hear directly from our faculty on topics including the development of quarantine practices in the 18th century, mourning rituals, and the relationship between policy and public health.
How COVID-19 is bringing health inequality to the fore.
Translation is an art that allows us to communicate across cultural difference.
Rogers Smith, Christopher H. Browne Distinguished Professor of Political Science, is searching for the heart and soul of America.
OMNIA looks back on books from three faculty whose contributions to the conversation on race and social justice have stood the test of time.
Madeleine Joullié makes molecules and waves, leaving her mark in her specialty, her institution, and the lives of her students.