Sarah Lewis
Sarah Lewis

Sarah Lewis is a Du Bois Fellow at Harvard University, working on a book on Frederick Douglass, the Circassian beauties, and the construction of whiteness.

How Failure Breeds Success
May 21 2014 9:05 AMThe Deliberate AmateurHow outlandish experimentation and “grazing shallow” led to a Nobel Prize win.
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Education
June 30 2015 5:26 PM Slate Voice: “Bitch, I’ll Tell You Why This Sentence Construction Is So Effective” Listen to Katy Waldman read about the perfect sentence construction—and what makes it it’s so powerful.