David Rosner was quoted in Legal NewsLine: “Asbestos history lesson for jurors in N.J. talc trial.”
Carol Gluck was interviewed on the BBC, Voice of America, Globo Brazil and other outlets about “Reiwa,” the new reign name announced in Japan on April 1. She also published a column on the subject in Newsweek Japan.
Excerpts from an interview with Alice Kessler-Harris were published in LaborOnline: “Becoming a Feminist, Becoming a Labor Historian.”
Eric Foner was quoted in CBS News: “Reconstruction, one of the most misunderstood chapters in American history.“
Eric Foner was quoted in CNN Online: “‘Reconstruction’ connects postwar past to 21st century.”
On April 8, Mae Ngai presented at the Critical History Seminar at the New School. The following day, she delivered the distinguished lecture at the Alpha Phi Theta History Honor Society induction event at Seton Hall University.
Adam Tooze was interviewed on Bloomberg News about the global impact on income inequality.
Andrew Delbanco received an Anisfield-Wolf Book Award for The War Before The War: Fugitive Slaves and the Struggle for America’s Soul from the Revolution to the Civil War.
Pablo Piccato was featured in History News Network: “What I’m Reading: An Interview With Historian of Mexico Pablo Piccato.”
On April 2nd, Mae Ngai participated in the Bernard and Irene Schwartz Distinguished Speakers Series at the New York Historical Society. Her talk “Migration: The Making of Modern America” was moderated by federal circuit court judge Denny Chin.