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History / Archeology - Politics - 01.07.2020
How the meaning of the Declaration of Independence changed over time
When the Continental Congress adopted the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, it was a call for the right to statehood rather than individual liberties, says Stanford historian Jack Rakove.

Social Sciences - History / Archeology - 30.06.2020
Socially-distanced archaeological dig brings community together
Socially-distanced archaeological dig brings community together
People living near one of Cardiff's most ancient monuments are being invited to help unearth further insights into the area's rich archaeology and history.

History / Archeology - Social Sciences - 25.06.2020
Food companies plan to rebrand products to become more racially sensitive
Share on: Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn FACULTY Q&A Parent companies Mars Inc.

History / Archeology - 19.06.2020

Social Sciences - History / Archeology - 18.06.2020

History / Archeology - Social Sciences - 12.06.2020

History / Archeology - 11.06.2020
UCL starts process of renaming buildings named after prominent eugenicists
UCL has today initiated the process of reviewing the current naming of spaces and buildings after two prominent eugenicists Francis Galton and Karl Pearson.

Palaeontology - History / Archeology - 11.06.2020
Diving for the Bones of the Ice Age
Cave divers carefully maneuver the giant ground sloth's pelvis through Hoyo Negro. Photo Credit: Sam Meacham, CINDAQ F or thousands of years, the massive pelvis lay undisturbed at the bottom of the watery black pit.

History / Archeology - Health - 09.06.2020

Event - History / Archeology - 09.06.2020

History / Archeology - Social Sciences - 05.06.2020
Mapping prejudice: A painful part of Minneapolis history
In recent days, the University of Minnesota's  Mapping Prejudice Project  has taken on renewed importance, as it provides a foundation for understanding the history of racism in the Twin Cities and its social and economic effects.

Criminology / Forensics - History / Archeology - 04.06.2020

Law - History / Archeology - 29.05.2020

Life Sciences - History / Archeology - 28.05.2020
Material and genetic resemblance in the Bronze Age Southern Levant
Material and genetic resemblance in the Bronze Age Southern Levant
Different "Canaanite" people from the Bronze Age Southern Levant not only culturally, but also genetically resemble each other more than other populations.

History / Archeology - 21.05.2020
5000 rare and unique maps are now available online
5000 rare and unique maps are now available online
Over 5,000 unique maps from the Asia-Pacific Map Collection are now available online as part of an ongoing project by The Australian National University's College of Asia and the Pacific.

History / Archeology - 19.05.2020
How the mouse conquered the house
How the mouse conquered the house
Like humans, the house mouse, or Mus musculus sp ., is widespread throughout the world, making it the most invasive rodent species.

History / Archeology - Politics - 18.05.2020

History / Archeology - 18.05.2020
Bradbury Science Museum launches online archives with Manhattan Project science and history
Bradbury Science Museum launches online archives with Manhattan Project science and history
Images provide a glimpse of the workforce, technology and events that led to the development of the first atomic bombs at Los Alamos The online site provides a combination of objects, archives and photos that may help people gain surprising insights into an important time in our nation's history.

History / Archeology - 12.05.2020
Sussex Professor teams up with British fashion designer to launch virtual book club
Sussex Professor teams up with British fashion designer to launch virtual book club
An online book club, launched by fashion designer Dame Vivienne Westwood is to be curated by a University of Sussex Professor.

Health - History / Archeology - 12.05.2020
Combating black plague was just as much about politics as it was science
Combating black plague was just as much about politics as it was science
The inability of 14th-century medicine to stop the plague from destroying societies throughout Europe and Asia helped advance scientific discovery and transformed politics and health policy, says Stanford historian Paula Findlen.

Chemistry - History / Archeology - 08.05.2020

History / Archeology - Law - 07.05.2020
Two Stanford seniors named Yenching Scholars
Two Stanford seniors named Yenching Scholars
Melodie Grace Liu and Berber Jin are among the 119 young scholars who will pursue graduate degrees in China this fall.

History / Archeology - 04.05.2020
World War II's contradictory lessons
World War II’s contradictory lessons
On the 75th anniversary of World War II ending in Europe, Stanford historian James Sheehan discusses the challenges that persisted and the legacies that remained at the end of the war.

History / Archeology - 29.04.2020
UW Books in brief: Chinese funerary biographies, skin lighteners through history, NYC neighborhood gentrification study, Arthurian verse-novel in translation
UW Books in brief: Chinese funerary biographies, skin lighteners through history, NYC neighborhood gentrification study, Arthurian verse-novel in translation
Recent notable books by University of Washington faculty members look at gentrification and inequity in a New York neighborhood, skin lighteners though history, female agency in Arthurian legend and biographical epitaphs in China across many centuries.

History / Archeology - Social Sciences - 22.04.2020
Good teeth and well fed: grave find provides insights into the everyday lives of the elite in antiquity
Good teeth and well fed: grave find provides insights into the everyday lives of the elite in antiquity
It was a surprising discovery that the archaeologists made. A team from the Asia Minor Research Centre at the Department of History at the University of Münster, working together with archaeologists from the Museum of Archaeology in the town of Gaziantep, uncovered the remains of 91 people from the time of imperial Rome in a rock-cut burial chamber in the ancient city of Doliche in south-eastern Turkey.

History / Archeology - Life Sciences - 20.04.2020

History / Archeology - 20.04.2020

Linguistics / Literature - History / Archeology - 19.04.2020
Taking a new look at ancient books
Taking a new look at ancient books
Classicist Stephanie Frampton traverses disciplines to study how the content and form of writing interacted in the ancient world.

History / Archeology - 17.04.2020

Health - History / Archeology - 09.04.2020
Racist harassment of Asian health care workers won’t cure coronavirus
Members of the Asian American Commission stand together to protest against anti-Asian racism and hate crimes on the steps of the statehouse in Boston on March 12, 2020.

History / Archeology - 26.03.2020

Health - History / Archeology - 25.03.2020
New outbreak, familiar anxieties
Stanford historian Kathryn Olivarius discusses her research into antebellum New Orleans and how the yellow fever epidemic shaped the region economically and socially - at a devastating and deadly cost.

History / Archeology - 24.03.2020
Is this the moment for universal basic income?
Stanford historian Jennifer Burns discusses how universal basic income could become a major discussion point in Washington D.C. as policymakers respond to the economic blow of the coronavirus pandemic.

Health - History / Archeology - 09.03.2020
Global health and gender report launched
It will take over 50 years to achieve gender parity among the top leaders in global health, according to a new report co-led by UCL. The report, which released its findings on International Women's Day, is published by Global Health 50/50, an iniative based at the UCL Centre for Gender and Global Health  and  co-founded and co-directed by UCL Professor Sarah Hawkes and Dr Kent Buse,  Strategic Policy Directions, UNAIDS.  Power, Privilege and Priorities  a nalyses  the leadership breakdown of the world's top 200 global health bodies including funders, NGOs and corporate organisations.

Administration - History / Archeology - 04.03.2020

History / Archeology - Law - 03.03.2020

History / Archeology - Social Sciences - 27.02.2020
Professor’s research dives into the history of African Americans and film
Growing up, Ellen Scott was a devoted movie watcher. As a young African American woman living in Philadelphia, she was intrigued not only by what she saw on screen but by what she didn't see.
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