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History / Archeology - 25.03.2019
Brexit through the lens of British history
Brexit through the lens of British history
Stanford's Ian Morris says the issues that led to Brexit, Britain's withdrawal from the European Union, have come up throughout British history, since rising sea levels separated the country from the continent 8,000 years ago.

History / Archeology - 22.03.2019
£1.65m community project to reveal 6,000-year-old 'hidden' historic site in Cardiff
£1.65m community project to reveal 6,000-year-old ’hidden’ historic site in Cardiff
A South Wales community is on the brink of delivering a major heritage regeneration project following a substantial funding win from the National Lottery.

Religions - History / Archeology - 20.03.2019

History / Archeology - 16.03.2019

Religions - History / Archeology - 15.03.2019
"I want to show Jewish culture in all its richness"
Katrin Kogman-Appel, holder of a Humboldt Professorship of Jewish Studies, researches at the "Religion and Politics" Cluster of Excellence What would a scholarly network with a focus on “Religio

History / Archeology - Administration - 08.03.2019
Partition of 1947 continues to haunt India, Pakistan, Stanford scholar says
Historian Priya Satia discusses the history of the 1947 partition of India and how that is at the root of today's continuing tensions between Pakistan and India.

Astronomy / Space Science - History / Archeology - 07.03.2019
Monumental installation melds art and science at Cantor Arts Center
Monumental installation melds art and science at Cantor Arts Center
A new exhibit at the Cantor Arts Center invites viewers to imagine not just one universe, but many.

History / Archeology - 07.03.2019
Learning to study a painful past
Learning to study a painful past
Lerna Ekmekçio'lu studies pioneering Armenian women of the 19th and 20th centuries - and helps other scholars enter her field.

History / Archeology - 05.03.2019
New Generation Thinkers
New Generation Thinkers
Two researchers from Cardiff University are among this year's New Generation Thinkers, the initiative from BBC Radio 3, BBC Arts and the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC).

History / Archeology - 04.03.2019
The meaning of field names unearthed in a new book
Borrow Bread, Dear Bought and Purgatory are just some of the dark names given to fields across history by angry farmers frustrated with poor crops, according to a newly published dictionary of field-names.

Earth Sciences - History / Archeology - 26.02.2019
Volcanoes, archaeology and the secrets of Roman concrete
Volcanoes, archaeology and the secrets of Roman concrete
Students gather atop Mount Vesuvius in southern Italy and listen as geophysicist Tiziana Vanorio discusses how volcanic activity has shaped the surrounding region.

Computer Science / Telecom - History / Archeology - 26.02.2019
Projects build on Neubauer Collegium’s collaborative mission
The Neubauer Collegium has selected seven new projects for 2019-20, deepening the breadth and depth of humanistic research collaborations at the University of Chicago.

History / Archeology - 19.02.2019
Black history cemetery tour highlights Berkeley alumni, other memorable lives
Black history cemetery tour highlights Berkeley alumni, other memorable lives
In 1849, a man named Abraham Holland packed up his things and left his life on the East Coast for California, in hopes that he'd strike it rich. The year before, gold had been discovered in the Sierr

History / Archeology - 13.02.2019

Computer Science / Telecom - History / Archeology - 12.02.2019

History / Archeology - 12.02.2019
Stanford scholar examines origins of romance
Stanford scholar examines origins of romance
Professor of Italian literature Robert Pogue Harrison talks about the foundations of romantic love and chivalry in Western civilization.

History / Archeology - 06.02.2019

History / Archeology - Law / Forensics - 05.02.2019
The 1969 strike at UC Berkeley was just the beginning of Oliver Jones's battles
The 1969 strike at UC Berkeley was just the beginning of Oliver Jones’s battles
There's a black-and-white photograph, 50 years old now, that Oliver Jones keeps close at hand.

History / Archeology - 04.02.2019
Ancient artefacts returned to Jordan with help of Oxford expert
Three finely carved stones from an ancient temple in modern-day Jordan have been returned to the country thanks to the expertise of an Oxford University archaeologist.

History / Archeology - 30.01.2019
Centuries lost ‘Bristol Merlin' uncovered at city's Central Library
Centuries lost ‘Bristol Merlin’ uncovered at city’s Central Library
A chance discovery, hidden away in a series of 16th-century books deep in the archive of Bristol Central Library, has revealed original manuscript fragments from the Middle Ages which tell part of the story of Merlin the magician, one of the most famous characters from Arthurian legend. Academics from the Universities of Bristol and Durham are now analysing the seven parchment fragments which are thought to come from the Old French sequence of texts known as the Vulgate Cycle or Lancelot-Grail Cycle, dating back to the 13 th century.

History / Archeology - 29.01.2019
New exhibit showcases Chinese propaganda posters
New exhibit showcases Chinese propaganda posters
About 50 posters, on view at the East Asia Library through April 24, show propaganda messages and artwork produced during Mao Zedong's rule in China.

Linguistics / Literature - History / Archeology - 25.01.2019
New Stanford Libraries exhibition highlights rare artifacts important to Stanford research
Scholars Select highlights rare books and artifacts held in Green Library collections that are valuable to the research of scholars at Stanford.

Art and Design - History / Archeology - 23.01.2019

History / Archeology - Social Sciences - 17.01.2019

History / Archeology - 14.01.2019
On the enduring appeal of Mary Queen of Scots
On the enduring appeal of Mary Queen of Scots
She was a Queen who only reigned for six years. Yet more than four centuries after her death, Mary Queen of Scotland continues to polarise opinion and to hold a fascination for the general public.

History / Archeology - 08.01.2019

History / Archeology - 04.01.2019
Stanford scholar examines the roots of human rights
Stanford French Professor Dan Edelstein's new research explores how the concept of human rights developed in Western societies. Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. These are some of the inalienable rights each person has, according to the U.S. Declaration of Independence. And the United States isn't alone in declaring the rights of its citizens.

History / Archeology - 03.01.2019
How an alumna helped put Latin American art on the map
Forty years ago, Latin American art was largely unknown beyond Frida Kahlo or Diego Rivera.

Event - History / Archeology - 02.01.2019

History / Archeology - 29.12.2018
Stanford scholar explores the history of gay rights in Germany
Stanford scholar explores the history of gay rights in Germany
The relatively rapid evolution of gay rights in Germany intrigued Stanford doctoral candidate Samuel Clowes Huneke.

History / Archeology - Health - 17.12.2018

Health - History / Archeology - 14.12.2018
The MRI story in Nottingham - a unique archive in the making
It's going to take a team of specialist archivists, conservators and digitisers 12 months to catalogue and index over two hundred boxes of papers, slides, photographs, films and videos to create a comprehensive archive charting the development of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) at the University of Nottingham.

History / Archeology - Environment - 13.12.2018
Share your Temple Quarter story
Share your Temple Quarter story
Artists-in-residence for the University of Bristol's new Temple Quarter Enterprise Campus want to hear your stories about the Temple Quarter area ahead of the development of the new campus close to Temple Meads station.

History / Archeology - 12.12.2018
Silent film of black couple’s kiss discovered, added to National Film Registry
Big Brains Podcast Climate change's human cost with Michael Greenstone They are on screen for less than 30 seconds, a couple in simple embrace.

History / Archeology - 11.12.2018

History / Archeology - Linguistics / Literature - 03.12.2018
Historian Ada Palmer traces censorship of radical ideas across centuries
Ada Palmer is a historian, a folk musician and a science fiction novelist. In many ways, the University of Chicago associate professor's latest project feels just as wide-reaching.

History / Archeology - Linguistics / Literature - 03.12.2018
Historian traces censorship of radical ideas across centuries
Ada Palmer is a historian, a folk musician and a science fiction novelist. In many ways, the University of Chicago associate professor's latest project feels just as wide-reaching.

History / Archeology - Social Sciences - 28.11.2018
'Murder map' reveals medieval London's meanest streets
’Murder map’ reveals medieval London’s meanest streets
First digital map of the murders recorded by the city's Coroner in early 1300s shows Cheapside and Cornhill were homicide 'hot spots', and Sundays held the highest risk of violent death for medieval Londoners.
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