History Archive

Derek Turner, Connecticut College – How Science Connects Us To Places

On Connecticut College Week:  To find meaning, look into history. Derek Turner, professor of philosophy, discusses

David Canton, Connecticut College – The Second Generation of Black Historians

On Connecticut College Week:  Who was Lawrence Reddick? David Canton, associate professor of history, discusses this

Andrea Lanoux, Connecticut College – A New Vision of Russian Childhood Through Literature

On Connecticut College Week:  Even bedtime stories changed after the fall of the Soviet Union. Andrea

Anderson Hagler, Duke University – “Bad Indians” in Historical Archives and Modern Cinema

On this Student Spotlight: Biases persist against Native Americans on the big screen. Anderson Hagler, Ph.D

Keely Heuer, SUNY New Paltz – Magna Graecia

What a society made can tell us a lot about them. Keely Heuer, assistant professor of

Tom Mould, Butler University – Welfare and the American Dream

On Butler University Week: Stories can have a big impact on all areas of life. Tom

Stephen Howe, Fukuoka University – Yes and No in England and America

How many ways can you say yes or no? Stephen Howe, associate professor in the department

Yufeng Mao, Widener University – A Muslim vision of the Chinese Nation

On Widener University Week: Muslims have had an active history in China’s nation-building. Yufeng Mao, associate

Thomas Adam, University of Texas at Arlington – From Public Good to Personal Pursuit

A college education used to be free. Thomas Adam, professor of transnational history at the University

Jack Singal, University of Richmond – Moon Landings

On University of Richmond Week: 50 years ago we shot the moon. Jack Singal, professor of