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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.

History / Archeology - 21.02.2020
The huge history of big hair bows
The huge history of big hair bows
Hair bows may seem like cutesy accessories, but their facade is deceptively simple. Honorary research fellow in in digital cultures, Dr Fiona Andreallo, unravels the meaning behind the grosgrain.

History / Archeology - 20.02.2020
OI archaeologists discover lost city that may have conquered the kingdom of Midas
Archaeologists from the Oriental Institute have discovered a lost ancient kingdom dating to 1400 B.C. to 600 B.C.

History / Archeology - 19.02.2020
OI archaeologists discover lost city that may have conquered the kingdom of Phrygia
Archaeologists from the Oriental Institute have discovered a lost ancient kingdom dating to the ninth to seventh centuries B.C.

History / Archeology - 19.02.2020
Oriental Institute archaeologists help discover lost kingdom in ancient Turkey
Archaeologists from the Oriental Institute have discovered a lost ancient kingdom dating to the ninth to seventh centuries B.C.

History / Archeology - 19.02.2020

Event - History / Archeology - 18.02.2020

History / Archeology - Earth Sciences - 17.02.2020
Neubauer Collegium announces 13 new research projects
The Neubauer Collegium for Culture and Society has announced 13 new research projects for 2020-21, raising the total number of humanistic research collaborations the center has supported since its 2012 launch to 100. In keeping with previous cycles, this year's innovative projects will address complex questions that cross disciplinary boundaries and strengthen partnerships with scholars and practitioners from other institutions in the United States and abroad.

Linguistics / Literature - History / Archeology - 17.02.2020
Fatal Woman, The Origin of Evil, and other tantalising tales
Fatal Woman, The Origin of Evil, and other tantalising tales
They may sell for 30 cents at the local op shop, but classic crime books - especially their cover art - warrant appreciation.

Health - History / Archeology - 17.02.2020
Historian uncovers gynecology’s brutal roots in slavery
Deirdre Cooper Owens is Charles and Linda Wilson Professor in the History of Medicine at the University of Nebraska and author of the book Medical Bondage: Race, Gender, and the Origins of American Gynecology.

Environment - History / Archeology - 07.02.2020
A (climate change) tale of 115 cities
Has the city where I live gotten hotter? Does it rain more or has it gotten drier? Are there more days of extreme heat? In short, what's going on with climate change in my specific location? "That is

History / Archeology - 05.02.2020
Getting to the ’heart’ of the matter
Stanford Professor Haiyan Lee chronicles the Chinese "love revolution" through a study of cultural changes influenced by Western ideals. This is a love story: A young Chinese man, Bohe, and a young Chinese woman, Dihua, have just been betrothed. Both of them are amenable to the parentally arranged match.

History / Archeology - 03.02.2020
Thomas Apolte on the modern myth of revolution
Thomas Apolte on the modern myth of revolution
After the disaster of the Arab Spring, the modern myth of revolution initially lost some of its attractiveness, but the myth has been revived again in the wake of the latest wave of mass protests in many countries across the world.

Social Sciences - History / Archeology - 30.01.2020

History / Archeology - 30.01.2020

Environment - History / Archeology - 29.01.2020

Economics / Business - History / Archeology - 27.01.2020

History / Archeology - Social Sciences - 24.01.2020

History / Archeology - Linguistics / Literature - 23.01.2020
On the trail of the Swiss Humboldt
On the trail of the Swiss Humboldt
The Argentinian Tomás Bartoletti wants to tell history from a global perspective. Since the summer of 2019 he has been doing so at ETH Zurich, where he has been researching the story of the Swiss naturalist Johann Jakob von Tschudi and his travels around Latin America.

Music - History / Archeology - 13.01.2020

History / Archeology - 08.01.2020

History / Archeology - 03.01.2020

History / Archeology - 26.12.2019
Stalin did not want an Iron Curtain to descend
Stalin did not want an Iron Curtain to descend
In the immediate years after World War II, Josef Stalin sought a more flexible, geostrategic approach to advancing Soviet interests abroad, according to Stanford historian Norman Naimark.

History / Archeology - 26.12.2019

History / Archeology - 23.12.2019

History / Archeology - 22.12.2019

History / Archeology - Health - 06.12.2019

Religions - History / Archeology - 04.12.2019
On show - and specially conserved
On show - and specially conserved
The walls, the floor, the ceiling - everything is black. The light is dimmed to such an extent that visitors' eyes first have to become accustomed to it when they enter the room.

History / Archeology - 02.12.2019

History / Archeology - 29.11.2019

History / Archeology - Linguistics / Literature - 25.11.2019

History / Archeology - 23.11.2019
No. 25 Tartans Advance To NCAA Semifinals
The 25th-ranked Carnegie Mellon University women's soccer team is going to the semifinals of the 2019 NCAA Division III Women's Soccer Championship after winning a penalty kick shootout against 19th-ranked University of St. Thomas, 6-5, on Saturday, Nov.

History / Archeology - 21.11.2019

Event - History / Archeology - 21.11.2019

Social Sciences - History / Archeology - 19.11.2019
Stanford course moves beyond the missions in Native American studies
Stanford course moves beyond the missions in Native American studies
Muwekma: Landscape Archaeology and the Narratives of California Natives allows Stanford students to move beyond the myth of the "perpetually vanishing native" and to understand Native American history and culture from an indigenous perspective.

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