Adam Tooze’s book Crashed was reviewed in The Washington Post: “How the 2008 financial crisis gave us Trump — and the prospect of a repeat meltdown.”
Karl Jacoby and students Tommy Song, Donovan Simpson, and Xavier Dade launched the Columbia University History Tour Initiative, “a self-guided, interactive tour of of CU’s Morningside campus.” Eric Foner, Thai Jones, and Craig Wilder also contributed. Download the app here.
Rashid Khalidi on Democracy Now: “From Iran to Palestine, Nikki Haley Put a Nice Face on Trump’s ‘Horrific’ U.S. Policies.”
Stephanie McCurry was quoted in The New York Times: “Estranged in America: Both Sides Feel Lost and Left Out.”
Thai Jones wrote for The New Yorker: “How Chicago’s Public Schools are Teaching the History of Police Torture.”
Adam Tooze was mentioned in The Washington Post: “Blue-collar workers had a close call in 2016. It might be why Trump won.”
Carol Gluck spoke at the second international conference, Africa-Asia: A New Axis of Knowledge, held in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, September 20-23, with 400 participants from Africa, Asia, Europe, and North and South America.
Adam Tooze. Crashed: How a Decade of Financial Crises Changed the World. 2018: Penguin Random House.
Pablo Piccato. A History of Infamy: Crime, Truth, and Justice in Mexico. 2017: University of California Press.