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Paul Chamberlin. The Cold War’s Killing Fields. 2018: HarperCollins.

Pablo Piccato. A History of Infamy: Crime, Truth, and Justice in Mexico. 2017: University of California Press.

Marc Van De Mieroop. Philosophy Before the Greeks. 2017: Princeton University Press, paperback.


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Charles Armstrong in Bloomberg News: “Surveillance: N.K. Will Want Security Assurances, Hormats Says.”

https://t.co/JH3gONOFEa

Charles Armstrong published an article in the East Asia Forum from Australia: "Thinking beyond denuclearisation at the Trump-Kim summit."

https://t.co/ecx7KT1VKc

Rhiannon Stephens has a newly published article in the AHR: “Bereft, Selfish, and Hungry: Greater Luhyia Concepts of the Poor in Precolonial East Africa”

https://t.co/GycCzKdlxy

Ira Katznelson was quoted in Huffington Post: “Michigan’s Medicaid Bill Is A Case Study In How America Makes Racist Policy.”

https://t.co/oQkTX0eGbi

Mae Ngai was interviewed on WHYY’s Radio Times: “ICE: Then and now.”

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Mae Ngai was a consultant to and appeared in “The Chinese Exclusion Act,” which aired May 29 on PBS.

https://t.co/MSjZRnPLFY

Alice Kessler-Harris will lead a new online course on the history of women and work in America with a focus on the 20th century via Columbia’s edX platform.

https://t.co/ehRn9GY6gJ

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