New Works

A Name Worth Keeping
If suffragist Lucy Stone’s name is recalled at all, it’s likely because she kept it when she married, as an act of rebellion against women’s second-class status in 19th-century America.More
Written on the Body
Susan McCarty’s debut collection of stories, Anatomies, features tales that often hinge around our bodies, our desires, our needs.More
Perspectives on the Global Refugee Crisis
As the Syrian refugee crisis deepened, we talked with Elizabeth Holzer ’00, who studies how people re-engage with politics in situations of violence and instability.More
Recent books by Wellesley authors.More