“What Are You? Historians Confront Race, Genealogy, and Genetics,” a piece written by Sadie Bergen, PhD Student, was featured in the American Historical Association.
David Rosner launches Toxic Docs Project via the Mailman School of Public Health.
“Underfunding the State Department could hurt U.S. exports – and U.S. companies,” a piece by Matthew Connelly and Raymond P. Hicks was featured in The Washington Post.
Carol Gluck Presents at Panel in Berlin About Memorial Museums and the Historical Past.
Alice Kessler-Harris was quoted in The New York Times‘s Sunday Review: “The ‘Manly’ Jobs Problem.”
Lien-Hang Nguyen was interviewed on Australian Broadcasting Cooperation (ABC)‘s “TET 1968: What we didn’t know in the Vietnam War.”
Robert Paxton was quoted in Huffington Post‘s “Don’t Worry About Trump The Fascist. Trump The Inept Will Save Us.”
Martha Howell will be giving the Distinguished Fellow Lecture at the Huntington Library “Miraculous Things: The Culture of Consumerism in the Renaissance.”
Manan Ahmed was quoted in The New York Times‘ “In Pakistan, Long-Suffering Pashtuns Find Their Voice.”
Lien-Hang Nguyen was interviewed on BBC World Service’s “The History Hour” on the 50th anniversary of the Tet Offensive.