Associate professor of African American studies and History Robert Hall reflects on the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington. See here for the full article.
Harlow Robinson, Matthews Distinguished University Professor of History and an expert in Russian history and culture, analyzes Russia’s move to grant Edward Snowden asylum. See here for the full article.
One of the most significant gifts in our nation’s history is the Statue of Liberty from the people of France, according to Distinguished Professor of History William Fowler. See here for the full article.
History major William Bratches speaks about his 3-month co-op with a microfinance organization in Uganda, and how this experience helped him find his “own center of gravity.” See here for the full article.
A current exhibit at Northeastern’s Gallery 360 features images from the 2012 Dialogue of Civilizations. Led by Prof. Peter Frauntholtz, students explored the culture, people, and economy of Morocco. The exhibit will be on display until January 10. See Section D of this page for more information.
History Professor Laura Frader discussed the under-representation of women in the business world and ways this inequality may be ameliorated. See here for the full interview.
Distinguished Professor of History Professor William Fowler talks about the origins of the whoopie pie and how “History’s filled with untruths.” See here for the full interview.
Distinguished Professor of History William Fowler recounts the story of American silversmith Paul Revere’s “Midnight Ride” on April 18th, 1775. Watch Here
Two Northeastern professors have collaborated to help develop the African Heritage Diet Pyramid, an approach to healthy eating that focuses on health as well as history. Read More
Following parliamentary elections in Russia on Sunday, protests broke out across the country this week amid allegations of voter fraud. The elections kept Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and his United Russia party in power, but revealed a drastic decline in support for the party and significantly decreased its number of seats in Parliament. We asked…
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