Tag Archives: May Berenbaum

Until climate change renders snowball fights the exclusive preserve of those able to climb K2, May¬†will remain the most welcome of months, for have mercy, it is spring. Natural history, now observable without misery, returns to the forefront of our … Continue reading

You should eat. In From the Jewish Heartland, noshers and freshers alike can explore Jewish culinary innovation, Midwest style. Ellen F. Steinberg and Jack H. Prost curate treasures uncovered in Jewish homemakers’ handwritten manuscripts and notebooks, published journals and newspaper … Continue reading

University of Illinois press author and professor of entomology May Berenbaum has been awarded the National Medal of Science. The Medal is the nation’s highest honor for “achievement and leadership in advancing the fields of science and technology.” May Berenbaum’s … Continue reading