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Jessica Lowe, a legal historian who specializes in American legal history from the Revolution to the Civil War, will join the faculty of the University of Virginia School of Law.
The American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions (ABCFM) was the country's first creator of overseas Christian missions.
Mathematics historian Glen Van Brummelin will be the featured speaker for Union University's third annual Mathematics Lecture Series Oct. 4. Van Brummelin, who serves as a mathematics tutor at Ques
Historians should play more of a role in tackling some of the greatest questions facing the planet, according to a new book.
Historians should play more of a role in tackling some of the greatest questions facing the planet, according to a new book.
Illinois State University Assistant Professor of History Georgia Tsouvala, Ph.D. will visit Newman University to lecture on her most recent publication, Before Title IX: Women Athletes in Ancient Greece and Rome. The lecture, which kicks off Newman’s annual History Speaker Series, will take place at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 29, in the Dugan-Gorges Conference [...]
The Civil War stands as the deadliest conflict in U.S. history. Hundreds of thousands died in battle. Poor conditions in military encampments took the lives of many more.
Dr. Nell Irvin Painter, a leading historian of the United States, will open up the 2011-12 Morehead State University’s Presidential Lecture Series on Monday, Oct. 3.
Illinois State University Assistant Professor of History Georgia Tsouvala, Ph.D. will visit Newman University to lecture on her most recent publication, Before Title IX: Women Athletes in Ancient Greece and Rome. The lecture, which kicks off Newman’s annual History Speaker Series, will take place at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 29, in the Dugan-Gorges Conference [...]
The tapes Jacqueline Kennedy recorded four months after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy remind us that First Ladies – and all historical figures – are human beings, in their own time and place, says history professor Catherine Allgor.
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