Ellen R. Feingold, Abby Pfisterer, Orlando R. Serrano Jr., and Sarah Weicksel | Dec 15, 2022Four museum colleagues are pioneering a new approach to creating history exhibitions for children.
William Partlett | Dec 7, 2022Authoritarians have often grounded their claims to power in a version of history. Why?
Diego Javier Luis | Nov 15, 2022Players’ avatar customization often erases histories of race from video games.
The Age of Planetary Revolution
Carl Abbott | Nov 14, 2022Nothing dates our vision of the future like how we remember the past.
Changing the Landscape
Jody Lynn Allen | Oct 20, 2022Hearth: Memorial to the Enslaved is part of a project that has taken down walls between the community and the university.
A Bare and Open Truth
VanJessica Gladney | Oct 19, 2022When a university denied its legacy, students and faculty stepped in to do the research.
Cassandra Berman | Oct 18, 2022The first step in learning a history is accessing the documents that record it.
Working through Injustice
Anthony Bogues | Oct 17, 2022Institutional histories balance between nostalgia and truth. How do members of those institutions cope?
Yota Batsaki and Julia Fine | Sep 20, 2022Plants can cultivate links among geographies, periodizations, and subfields, all while providing a strong vector for classroom engagement.
The Sarajevo Assassination That Didn’t Happen
Paul Miller-Melamed | Sep 14, 2022What is the historical significance of an event that wasn’t?