News Archive : November 2022

November 18, 2022
Carol Gluck gave the keynote speech on “Generations and the Work of Memory” at the Nordic Asian Studies Conference in Reykjavik in August. She delivered the Willson Center Distinguished Lecture at the University of George in November.

Adam Tooze wrote an argument piece published in Foreign Policy: “The G-20 Proved It’s Our World Government.”

November 16, 2022

PhD alum Ivón Padilla-Rodríguez‘s dissertation “Undocumented Youth: The Labor, Education, and Rights of Migrant Children in Twentieth Century America” won the William Nelson Cromwell Foundation Dissertation Prize.

November 15, 2022
Simon Schama and others explore the cost of speaking truth to power, with Kirsty Wark on BBC Radio 4’s Start the Week podcast.

November 14, 2022
Adam Tooze discussed German politics after February 24, 2022 in “Turning point and polycrisis?” on November 10th — listen here.

Kenneth Jackson‘s Crabgrass Frontier was been named by the Atlantic as one of eight defining books of our era that explains why the United States has become the nation it is today.

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