News Archive : October 2021

October 28, 2021

Mae Ngai spoke at an event on the Global Histories of White Supremacy at the Lepage Center for History and the Public Interest at Villanova University on Oct. 27.

October 27, 2021

Adam Tooze discussed how the Federal Reserve and global central banks prevented the worst possible effects of financial collapse in 2020— and whether the economy could survive another pandemic— with WDET Detroit Today: “Economic Historian Details How Central Banks Helped Evade Financial Collapse in 2020.”

Mae Ngai, Rebecca Kobrin, Wright Kennedy, and more launched “Mapping Historical New York: A Digital Atlas” that combines census data (block level) to maps of NY; visit the project here.

October 25, 2021

David Rosner was quoted in “How Public Health Took Part in Its Own Downfall” by Ed Yong, published in The Atlantic.

Manan Ahmed discusses his book The Loss of Hindustan, the Invention of India, on a podcast with History Extra. 

Manan Ahmed wrote “The Heavy History of Names: On Political Forgetting and Erasure in India” published by LitHub.

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