Charles Armstrong was quoted in The Washington Post‘s “Trump’s ‘madman’ approach to North Korea is getting real credit.”
Charles Armstrong was featured in WNYC‘s “A new Chapter for North and South Korea?”
Charles Armstrong was quoted in UPI‘s “Analyst: North Korea weapons a ‘political deterrent’ for regime.”
Robin Reich, PhD Student, was awarded an Annual Meeting Graduate Student Prize for Best Student Paper.
David Rothman was quoted in The New York Times‘s “Trump Wants More Asylums – and Some Psychiatrists Agree.”
The The Making and Knowing Project, directed by Seth Low Professor of History Pamela Smith, has co-organized and will participate in the symposium “Du manuscrit au livre. L’écriture des savoir-faire à la renaissance” opening the Toulouse Renaissance exhibition at the Musée des Augustins (17 March – 24 September 2018) which examines the city’s cultural landscape during the period of the Renaissance. The exhibition includes objects created by the Project as part of their research on the sixteenth-century French technical manuscript, BnF Ms. Fr. 640, compiled in Toulouse.
Barbara Fields will be a featured panelist at Yale University.
Lien-Hang Nguyen will be giving a lecture on “The Tet Offensive Revisted” on March 7th, 2018 in Vassar College.
Susan Pedersen‘s review of Bread for All was featured in London Review of Books.
Adam Tooze‘s review of Adults in the Room is featured in The New York Review of Books.