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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.

History / Archeology - Art and Design - 13.11.2019
Results of research on Spanish masterpiece Lady in a Fur Wrap announced
Results of research on Spanish masterpiece Lady in a Fur Wrap announced
Leading international specialists in the field of art history have released the initial findings of a four-year collaborative research project centring around one of Glasgow's most famous paintings, the Lady in a Fur Wrap. For over 100 years scholars have been debating who painted the beautiful portrait Lady in a Fur Wrap, traditionally thought to be by El Greco (1541-1614).

Social Sciences - History / Archeology - 12.11.2019

History / Archeology - Music - 07.11.2019
Film & Television Archive staff help bring the footage of the past into the present
One of the ways that audiences can engage with the sights and sounds of the past is through new cinematic works, television shows and exhibition spaces that weave in and contextualize archival footage.

History / Archeology - Life Sciences - 07.11.2019
Researchers lay out first genetic history of Rome
Despite extensive records of the history of Rome, little is known about the city's population over time. A new genetic history of the Eternal City reveals a dynamic population shaped in part by political and historical events. Scholars have been studying Rome for hundreds of years, but it still holds some secrets - for instance, relatively little is known about the ancestral origins of the city's denizens.

Social Sciences - History / Archeology - 06.11.2019
As it prepares to rename Jane Stanford Way, Stanford honors its relationship with the Muwekma Ohlone
As it prepares to rename Jane Stanford Way, Stanford honors its relationship with the Muwekma Ohlone
As Stanford prepares to celebrate the new Jane Stanford Way on Nov. 14, university archaeologist Laura Jones talks about the history of Native Americans in this area, the university's relationship with the Muwekma Ohlone and the decision to rename landmarks that once honored Junipero Serra.

History / Archeology - 30.10.2019

History / Archeology - 28.10.2019
Storytelling and immersive technologies to connect us to our past
The way people lived their lives hundreds of years ago will be brought to life at a unique event being held at the Hunterian Museum at the University of Glasgow on Wednesday 30 October 2019.

Social Sciences - History / Archeology - 25.10.2019
Unmasked: Many white women were Southern slave owners, too
Stephanie Jones-Rogers says this book project represents "10 years of pain, intermingled with pride.” But the slaves' stories of trauma compelled her to persevere.

History / Archeology - Religions - 25.10.2019
Obituary: David William Miller Was an Acclaimed Scholar of Irish and Religious History
David William Miller, an internationally recognized scholar of Irish and religious history at Carnegie Mellon University, died Sunday, Oct.

History / Archeology - 25.10.2019

Event - History / Archeology - 24.10.2019

History / Archeology - 23.10.2019

History / Archeology - 23.10.2019
The fall of Rome was Europe's lucky break
The fall of Rome was Europe’s lucky break
Nothing like the Roman Empire ever emerged again - which was a good thing, says Stanford historian Walter Scheidel.

Linguistics / Literature - History / Archeology - 22.10.2019

Event - History / Archeology - 18.10.2019

Event - History / Archeology - 17.10.2019

History / Archeology - Social Sciences - 16.10.2019

History / Archeology - 15.10.2019

Art and Design - History / Archeology - 10.10.2019
Humanities Day keynote to examine how home movies represent cultural history
For more than a decade, Prof. Jacqueline Najuma Stewart has worked to preserve, digitize and exhibit an understudied cultural resource: home movies from the Chicago neighborhoods in which she was born and raised.

History / Archeology - Computer Science - 09.10.2019
Inside the Enigma Machine
Researchers had a rare opportunity to peek "under the hood" of the Carnegie Mellon University Libraries' two Enigma machines, opening the World War II-era machines to photograph their carefully-crafted interiors and to locate and record the serial numbers printed on their rotors.

Health - History / Archeology - 01.10.2019
New art exhibition explores strange history of dentistry and its links to Birmingham Jewellery Quarter
An exhibition will open at a gallery at Birmingham Dental Hospital and the University of Birmingham School of Dentistry investigating the link between teeth and the city's historic Jewellery Quarter.

History / Archeology - 26.09.2019
Sussex historian calls for change in perception of youth culture in new podcast
The existing narrative around youth culture needs to change drastically, according to a leading historian at the University of Sussex.

History / Archeology - 23.09.2019
New exhibition explores photographs from the British Mandate for Palestine
New exhibition explores photographs from the British Mandate for Palestine
The role of archaeology and museums in recording and interpreting the past during the British Mandate for Palestine is the subject of a new exhibition at The University of Queensland's RD Milns Antiquities Museum.

History / Archeology - 20.09.2019
Citizen scientists get the call to transcribe first history of Spain
University of Birmingham researchers are calling for members of the public to help them transcribe one of the most important manuscripts of the Estoria de Espanna , a key medieval Spanish history. The rarely seen document - an original fourteenth-century manuscript copy of a text written by Alfonso X el Sabio, King of León and Castile in the 1270s - is part of the first major vernacular history of Spain written in Spanish.

History / Archeology - Economics / Business - 18.09.2019
Feeling the strain? New book looks at the cultural history of stress in Britain
Are we more stressed now than our ancestors were? A new book by a Sussex historian could hold the answer.

History / Archeology - Economics / Business - 18.09.2019

History / Archeology - Art and Design - 17.09.2019
The compelling origin story of the Stanford museum, university and Silicon Valley
The compelling origin story of the Stanford museum, university and Silicon Valley
The Melancholy Museum: Love, Death, and Mourning at Stanford highlights the impact of the death of Leland Stanford Jr.

Event - History / Archeology - 17.09.2019
Art installation inside Mansueto Library dome transforms OI’s ancient figures
During a visit to the University of Chicago, visual artist Ann Hamilton became enamored with the Oriental Institute's collection of stone and ceramic figures-ancient but timeless, inanimate but strangely alive.

Event - History / Archeology - 16.09.2019
Policy brief: How to rein in the power of Big Tech
During a visit to the University of Chicago, visual artist Ann Hamilton became enamored with the Oriental Institute's collection of stone and ceramic figures-ancient but timeless, inanimate but strangely alive.

Life Sciences - History / Archeology - 12.09.2019
9 moments in the University of Sydney's history you need to know
9 moments in the University of Sydney’s history you need to know
From the world's first female radio astronomer to the discovery of neurons that allow us to see in 3D, a new book details highlights from Australia's first University.

Linguistics / Literature - History / Archeology - 11.09.2019