Climate Change and Health

| By Brenda Wilmoth Lerner | We’re entering the peak of hurricane season on the Gulf Coast, and people are keeping a wary eye on one tropical system after another making their way into the Gulf of Mexico. New England recently experienced a direct landfall from a tropical storm, a rare weather event that hasn’t … Read more

Decarbonized Electric Grids Offer Enhanced Storm Resilience

| By K. Lee Lerner | In addition to mitigating carbon dioxide and other emissions causing an enhanced greenhouse effect driving climate change, a series of natural disasters in the United States during recent years has highlighted the often-overlooked potential benefit of creating a more resilient electrical grid as we shift to alternative and renewable … Read more

Gale Product Update – New Titles for Gale OneFile

| By Gale Staff | Gale Academic OneFile Africa Insight (Sabinet Online) Peer-reviewed African Journal of Development Studies (Sabinet Online) Peer-reviewed African Journal of Gender, Society and Development (Sabinet Online) Peer-reviewed African Journal of Peace and Conflict Studies (Sabinet Online) Peer-reviewed BMC Chemistry (BioMed Central Ltd.) Peer-reviewed Comparative and International Law Journal of Southern Africa … Read more

LGBTQ History Month: Trailblazers & Activists to Know

| By Carol Brennan | October is LGBTQ History Month, and Gale In Context: Biography celebrates the trailblazers whose courage and fortitude continue to inspire a new generation of activists. LGBTQ History Month includes National Coming Out Day, the 11th of every October—an occasion first promoted by Jean O’Leary, a former Roman Catholic nun who … Read more

The “Immortal” Henrietta Lacks

| By Tracie Moy | Update: Henrietta Lacks’ estate is suing a biotech company, accusing it of selling the cells that were taken from her in 1951 without her knowledge or consent. Lacks’ cells, reproduced countless times, are a foundation of modern medicine. Read the full article. Original blog published February, 8, 2021: Henrietta Lacks … Read more

National Customer Service Week 2021

| By Gale Staff | Building customer loyalty requires the efforts of an energized service team that handles customer touch points with a mindset of creating exceptional customer experiences and a signature of excellence! Our service professionals at Gale model these behaviors. During National Customer Service Week, we thank them for all that they do!

Teaching Living Poets for a More Inclusive Student Experience

| By Jennifer Stock | In January 2021, Amanda Gorman took the stage at President Joe Biden’s inauguration to recite her poem “The Hill We Climb,” voicing hope for “a country and a time where a skinny black girl descended from slaves and raised by a single mother can dream of becoming president, only to … Read more

Gale Primary Sources Learning Centers – Built by Experts

| Originally published on The Gale Review | Launching in a selection of Gale’s archives in autumn 2021, Gale Primary Sources Learning Centers will bring a new level of support for students and instructors looking to get the most out of using primary sources, both in their research and in the classroom. Shaped by feedback from Gale Primary Sources users, … Read more

New Arrival! Gale Presents: Excel Adult High School

| By Gale Staff | This is about more than a high school diploma. It’s about inspiring hope and offering adults a second chance—at earning their degree, finding a lifelong career, making enough money to support their families, and most of all, realizing that success is something they can achieve for themselves. One of the … Read more