Wired, December 2020. A Race Car Crash from Hell – And the Science That Saved Its Driver
Wired, August 2020. The Tragic Physics of the Deadly Explosion in Beirut
Scientific American, July 2020. Why Does the Phrase ‘Woman Scientist’ Even Exist?
Time Magazine, July 2020. Mississippi Is Replacing Its State Flag, But a Confederate Emblem Still Flies Over Georgia
PLOS Science Communication, April 2020. How Archduke Ferdinand Affects Funding Grants: The Tight Link Between Science and History
Time Magazine, April 2020. How New Efforts are Recovering the Stories of People Who Were Deleted from History
Wired, April 2020. How to Escape from a Sunken Submarine, an adapted excerpt from In the Waves
Climbing Magazine, April 2020. Climbing Hands: How Our Hands Evolve When We Push Ourselves in Pursuit of Pump
Smithsonian Magazine, March 2020. Read an excerpt of In the Waves.
History Hack, December 2020. Rachel, Alina, and Alex get slightly mad about the Hunley
SouthBound Podcast, May 2020. Rachel Lance on Trying to Solve the Mystery of a Confederate Submarine
HISTORY This Week, A HISTORY Channel Podcast, April 2020. The Hunt for the Hunley
Exploration Medicine, April 2020. Rachel chats extreme environmental survival with emergency physician Dr. Dana Levin
Ridiculous History, a How Stuff Works Podcast, April 2020. HL Hunley: The Mysterious Demise of a Civil War Submarine, with Rachel Lance
Groks Science Podcast, March 2020. Underwater Blast
Explorers Club, November 2020. Submarines, Past, Present, and Future, with Dr. James Delgado, Capt Alfred McLaren, and Dr. Innes McCartney
Hagley History Hangout, October 2020. Rachel and Ben Spohn discuss black powder, the Hagley Museum, and their love of archives
Duke Libraries Online Book Reading, April 2020. Since we can’t all gather at a library for a traditional reading, Duke Libraries hosted Rachel Lance for an online reading via Zoom. The recording of the reading can be viewed here.
US National Archives, December 2017. The Fate of the Submarine H.L. Hunley