Roger Ekirch, a professor in the Department of History, published “Sleep: Historical and Cultural Perspectives,” Sleep, Health, and Society, ed. Francesco Cappuccio et al., second edition (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018), pp. 163–70.

In addition, he presented two plenary addresses: “Night Dreams: A Cage of Unclean Thoughts,” at Tel Aviv University on January 8 and “Sleep in Early Modern History” at a conference on “The History of Nighttime in the Early Modern World,” which took place at the Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies in Florence on June 13.