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Program aims to offer deeper insight into Israel, Gaza war and history

Nov. 27, 2023

In response to public requests, CU Boulder experts will discuss range of topics in Arab-Israeli conflict at Wednesday forum, which is open to the community.

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Employer-labor relations in the balance

Nov. 16, 2023

CU Boulder professor’s recent book highlights how employers organized to fight labor before the New Deal.

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Israel-Hamas war an ‘ongoing catastrophe,’ faculty say

Oct. 12, 2023

At a panel discussion Wednesday, CU Boulder experts on the modern Middle East noted that the current war differs from previous conflicts.

"Hecuba's Grief"

Writing a new chapter on a very old play

Sept. 12, 2023

CU Boulder associate professor Tamara Meneghini, a contributor for new textbook on acting, explains why you might give Greek tragedies a second look.

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Teaching Russian at CU Boulder was not her plan

Aug. 31, 2023

Elizabeth Shevchenko Wittenberg was born in China, detained in World War II Japan and fully embraced her American life; a scholarship named for her describes her life in 54 words. Here is the rest of the story.

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Ghosts, global warming and hunter-gatherers

June 15, 2023

A recently published paper co-authored by CU Boulder’s Fernando Villanea offers new insights into what happened to the populations of Central Mexico a millennium ago.

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Historian hones website focused on African slaves who were ‘liberated’ but not freed

May 25, 2023

CU Boulder’s Henry Lovejoy updates, which highlights a largely forgotten period of time in the history of African diaspora.

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What the White Buffalo Calf tells us about Indigenous history

May 11, 2023

Native Americans have been associated with bison in North America for more than 15,000 years.

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CU history professor named American Council of Learned Societies fellow

May 3, 2023

Scholar to use award to finish book project on how African Americans have retained Black Civil War memories.

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Historian’s work on mindful, medieval monks gets rave reviews

Feb. 21, 2023

CU Boulder alumna Jamie Kreiner shares ‘medieval cognitive practices’ with her students.