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07/22 - History Department Senior Thesis Workshop in Paris.  With support from the President's Global Innovation Fund and in partnership with the Columbia Global Center Paris and the Columbia University Libraries, the History Department has begun a program to enhance the senior thesis by providing support for students doing primary research in European archives.  Seven rising seniors received grants to conduct research on topics ranging from thirteenth century women's religiosity, to fugitive slaves in the Spanish empire, to the 1984-5 British coal miners' strike, to French influences on Allan Bloom (to mention just a few).  After fanning out into archives and libraries in France, Britain, Spain and the Netherlands, the students came together with the program's faculty and graduate student coordinators for a workshop on their early findings and future research strategies at the Global Center Paris on July 16-18.

07/21 - Rashid Khalidi was interviewed by The Majority Report with Sam Seder. The podcast "The Occupation & Racism & America's Complicity" can be found here.

07/21 - A book review written by Ana Isabel Keilson, PhD Candidate, has been published in the Spring 2014 issue of Dane Research Journal.

07/16 - Hilary Hallett's piece "Why Do Men Dislike Erotica for Women So Much?" was featured on Pacific Standard.

07/14 - Rashid Khalidi's piece "Israel's Assault on Gaza Obscures Core Issues: Racism, Occupation, Colonization," was featured on AlterNet.

07/14 - Alice Kessler-Harris took part in the Interuniversity for European-American History and Politics (CISPEA)'s International Workshop: "Shifting Notions of Social Citizenship: The 'Two Wests'" in Ried Hall, Paris. Participants included George Aumoithe, Nick Juravich, and Suzanne Kahn, PhD Candidates.

07/11 - Eric Foner was mentioned in STL Today's piece, "Editorial: A Celebration of Freedom. Interpretations May Vary."

07/07 - David Rothman was mentioned in Pacific Standard's piece "The Organ Detective: A Career Spent Uncovering a Hidden Global Market in Human Flesh."

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