• Is History History?

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    James H. Sweet | Aug 17, 2022

    When historians concede to discuss the past with the terms of the present, they abandon the skill set that makes them historians.
  • The Anthropocene


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    If you find out that you are not the center of the universe, keep working at it until you are.
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    Arabella Delgado | Aug 15, 2022

    US border restrictions during COVID-19 reflect a long history of policing migrants for disease.
  • Listening to Alaska Native Elders


    Holly Miowak Guise | Aug 11, 2022

    Through oral and digital history projects, Holly Miowak Guise works to bring her Alaska Native people into the US history narrative.

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