Sam Wineburg is the Margaret Jacks Professor of Education and History at Stanford University. His current work focuses on how people judge the credibility of digital content, research that has been reported in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, Washington Post, NPR, Time Magazine, BBC, and Die Zeit, and translated into dozens of languages. Wineburg's scholarship has appeared in outlets as diverse as Cognitive Science, Journal of American History, and the Journal of Educational Psychology, along with bylines in the New York Times, Washington Post, Slate, and the Smithsonian. His 2002 book, Historical Thinking and Other Unnatural Acts won the Frederic W. Ness Award from the Association of American Colleges and Universities for work that makes the most important contribution to the "improvement of Liberal Education and understanding the Liberal Arts." In 2020, he was awarded UNESCO's "Global Media and Information" prize. His latest book, Verified: How to Think Straight, Get Duped Less, and Make Better Decisions About What to Believe Online (Chicago), with co-author Mike Caulfield, will be published this October 2023.