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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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Paul Chamberlin wrote an op-ed for The Washington Post: “Want to understand Islamic extremism? The answer isn’t in Islam — it’s in the Cold War.”

https://t.co/XG1QJjyYKw

Adam Tooze’s recent interview was featured in Slate Magazine: “What Is Happening to the West?“

https://t.co/dn7OseLTUS

How has the conversation about #immigrants changed in the 1900s? We asked history professor and expert Mae Ngai GSAS’98. Ngai is also in a new @PBS doc on The Chinese Exclusion Act by alum @RicBurnsFilms. https://t.co/u2Oh0YgXF9

Manan Ahmed was featured in Inside Higher Ed: “Digital Humanities for Social Good.”

https://t.co/bVDX6LOvA5

Frank Guridy co-authored an op-ed for The Washington Post: “The real World Cup losers: The Russian people.”

https://t.co/ZZuGgeNoNw

Kenneth Jackson was quoted in The Washington Post: “‘Turn out your dead!’ In America’s War for Independence, POWs paid a terrible price.“

https://t.co/KvSGF17npz

Mae Ngai was featured on NPR’s All Things Considered: “White House Launches Effort To Take Citizenship From Those Who Lied To Get It.”

https://t.co/mBfIN6Jb5Z

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