History Archive

Naomi Yavneh Klos, Loyola University New Orleans – In Quarantine with Anne Frank

Anne Frank has become the symbol of the Holocaust in The Netherlands, but there’s more to

William E. Engel, University of the South – The Printer as Author in Early Modern English Book History

On University of the South Week:Β  One man had a big effect on English Reformation printing.

Carola Daffner, University of Dayton – Female Authors During the Holocaust

German Jewish women writers still have much to tell us about the Holocaust. Carola Daffner, associate

Sarah Gardner, Mercer University – Reading During The Civil War

On Mercer University Week:Β  In tough times, it can helpful to bury your nose in a

Melanie Pavich, Mercer University – Gentrification and African-American History

On Mercer University Week:Β  History is disappearing off the Georgia coast. Melanie Pavich, associate professor of

Julian Hayter, University of Richmond – Segregation and the Suburbs

On Jepson School of Leadership Studies Week: You don’t have look far to the past to

Rhawn Denniston, Cornell College – Stalagmites, Monsoons and Climate Change

On Cornell College Week: We can look underground to comprehend climate change. Rhawn Denniston, professor of

Tyler Carrington, Cornell College – Historical Personal Ads and Modern Dating

On Cornell College Week: The history of love is understudied. Tyler Carrington, assistant professor of German

James McGrath, Butler University – Mandaeans

Who are the Mandaeans? James McGrath, professor of religion at Butler University, delves into this historical

Victoria Munoz, Hostos Community College – Spanish Romances and the Roots of British Imperialism

The first Anglo-Spanish war may have been fought in the pages of books. Victoria Munoz, assistant