Sunday Night Odds and Ends

A few things online that caught my attention this week:

We see through a glass darkly

The woman who turned Woodrow Wilson into a supporter of the Nineteenth Amendment

“What would make leaders [of colleges and universities] gamble with human life this way?”

Hope for the humanities

Alan Jacobs on First Things

The case for books

Grateful Americans

Teach My Research

COVID-19 and the end of paper money

Women reading through the Great Depression

Jill Lepore‘s new podcast

Blogging” through a 17th-century pandemic

Karin Wulf reviews Whitney Martinko’s Historic Real Estate: Market Morality and the Politics of Preservation in the Early United States

Kwame Anthony Appiah reviews three new books on Franz Boas

Marjoleine Kars reviews Serena Zabin, The Boston Massacre: A Family History

18th-century schoolmaster’s salaries