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History/Archeology - Politics
23.04.2018
Separating fact from myth of 1903 anti-Jewish riot
Stanford historian Steven Zipperstein analyzes the impactful aftermath of the Kishinev pogrom, an anti-Jewish massacre in imperial Russia.
History/Archeology
10.04.2018
Iraq museum looting: 15 years on
The ransacking of the National Museum of Iraq is one of the worst acts of cultural vandalism in modern times.
History/Archeology
28.03.2018
ANU Archaeologist discovers Cornish barrow site
An Archaeologist at The Australian National University (ANU) has discovered a prehistoric Bronze-Age barrow, or burial mound, on a hill in Cornwall and is about to start excavating the untouched site which overlooks the English Channel.
Architecture - History/Archeology
28.03.2018
Architecture - History/Archeology
23.03.2018
President accepts renaming committee recommendations
President Marc Tessier-Lavigne has accepted the recommendations of the committee he appointed to consider renaming of Stanford buildings and sites.
Physics/Materials Science - History/Archeology
22.03.2018
U.S. deterrence to play key role in upcoming North Korea talks, Stanford scholar says
Military historian Victor Davis Hanson said the upcoming negotiations with North Korea reflect U.S. efforts to focus on deterrence and China's view that Pyongyang has created an increasingly unfavorable strategic balance in the region.
History/Archeology
19.03.2018
Literature/Linguistics - History/Archeology
16.03.2018
Australian artists go international, thanks to Paris fellowship
From fierce feminist films to drawings that beautify housing estates: Australian artists are bringing their work to the world, with help from a residency that provides the time and space to focus on big ideas.
Education/Continuing Education - History/Archeology
15.03.2018
Physics/Materials Science - History/Archeology
09.03.2018
Research team accurately depicts authenticity of stained glass from Ten Duinen abbey
The museum Ten Duinen in Koksijde (Belgium) was looking for scientific evidence concerning a more accurate dating of two stained glass panels from the 14th century.
Administration/Government - History/Archeology
09.03.2018
Social Sciences - History/Archeology
09.03.2018
Medicine/Pharmacology - History/Archeology
07.03.2018
History/Archeology - Careers/Employment
06.03.2018
History/Archeology
04.03.2018
Architecture - History/Archeology
28.02.2018
Computer Science/Telecom - History/Archeology
28.02.2018
Acetylcholine Wakes Silent Neural Network by Targeting Nicotine Receptors
Crucial World War II encryption devices have found a home at the Carnegie Mellon University Libraries thanks to the generosity of author Pamela McCorduck, wife of the late Computer Science Department Head Joseph Traub.
Medicine/Pharmacology - History/Archeology
27.02.2018
History/Archeology - Administration/Government
22.02.2018
Religions - History/Archeology
22.02.2018
Billy Graham’s missed opportunities
As one of world Christianity's most admired leaders, the Rev. Billy Graham, who died on Wednesday at 99, had extraordinary opportunities to affect the character of the Christian religion and to pronounce on its implications for personal conduct.
Literature/Linguistics - History/Archeology
21.02.2018
Undergraduates perform an adaptation of Life Is a Dream with a new ending
Under the guest direction of Tony Award-winner Dominique Serrand, Stanford cast and crew explore age-old themes from a 17th-century Spanish play while incorporating modern questions of gender and ambiguity.
History/Archeology - Politics
21.02.2018
ANU experts comment on Malcolm Turnbull’s US visit
Experts from accross the ANU have shed some light on some of the key issues for Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's Washington DC visit to meet with US President Donald Trump.
Literature/Linguistics - History/Archeology
21.02.2018
The writing on the wall
The writing on the wall
When and where did humans develop language? To find out, look deep inside caves, suggests an MIT professor.   More precisely, some specific features of cave art may provide clues about how our symbolic, multifaceted language capabilities evolved, according to a new paper co-authored by MIT linguist Shigeru Miyagawa.
History/Archeology - Administration/Government
21.02.2018
A talk with UW historian Quintard Taylor: Taking 'the long view' in troubled times
A talk with UW historian Quintard Taylor: Taking ’the long view’ in troubled times
Four decades of teaching and research have brought Quintard Taylor a lifetime achievement award from the Washington State Historical Society.
History/Archeology - Computer Science/Telecom
16.02.2018
Time Machine in the running to become a FET Flagship
Time Machine in the running to become a FET Flagship
2018 will be a pivotal year for the Venice Time Machine project.
History/Archeology - Social Sciences
12.02.2018
Neubauer Collegium faculty projects explore themes across academic fields
Detail from Untitled (New York, 2014) by Mark Strand-a collage that was included in the Neubauer Collegium Spring 2017 gallery exhibition.
Life Sciences - History/Archeology
09.02.2018
A 12,000-year story - revealing the history of settlers in Britain from the end of the Ice Age to the present day
A new exhibition about the history of settlers in Britain has opened at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History.
Life Sciences - History/Archeology
09.02.2018
A 12,000-year story - revealing the history of settlers in Britain from the end of the Ice Age to the present day
A new exhibition about the history of settlers in Britain has opened at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History.
History/Archeology - Social Sciences
08.02.2018
A Sinkhole to the Past
Since the 1950s, archeologists have discovered ancient materials from the bottom of Little Salt Spring, a sinkhole in southern Sarasota County along Florida's west coast.
History/Archeology
07.02.2018
Architecture - History/Archeology
06.02.2018
Newly discovered buildings reveal clues to ancient Egyptian dynasties
The archaeological excavation of an ancient Egyptian city at Tell Edfu in southern Egypt, led by the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, has discovered well-preserved settlement remains dating to an important turning point in ancient Egyptian history, when the pharaohs began to renew interest in the provincial regions in the far south of their kingdom.
History/Archeology
05.02.2018
New Interpretation for Aztec Sun Stone Shows It Is a Named P
AUSTIN, Texas - Longstanding ideas about the face of one of the most famous works of Aztec sculpture are being challenged by a new theory from a University of Texas at Austin researcher.
History/Archeology - Law/Forensics
01.02.2018
U-M expert discusses Poland’s Holocaust speech law
FACULTY Q&A Poland's Senate has approved draft legislation that would penalize language suggesting that the country was complicit in the Holocaust.
Environment/Sustainable Development - History/Archeology
23.01.2018
Researchers' study of apocalyptic entertainment reveals lack of science
Researchers’ study of apocalyptic entertainment reveals lack of science
Stories about the end of the world have long captured the imaginations of writers, filmmakers and other artists — as well as their audiences. A new paper from UCLA researchers took a look at the history of such stories and compared them to the real, existential threats facing life on Earth and — spoiler alert — fiction and reality don't line up and that gap could have dangerous consequences.
Literature/Linguistics - History/Archeology
23.01.2018
Researchers’ study of apocalyptic entertainment reveals lack of science
UCLA's William Andrews Clark Memorial Library is ready for the future.
History/Archeology
19.01.2018
History/Archeology - Life Sciences
18.01.2018
Q&A: Forgotten fish illustrator remembered through first publication
Q&A: Forgotten fish illustrator remembered through first publication
More than three centuries ago, a French monk made thousands of drawings of plants and animals, traveling under the authority of King Louis XIV to the French Antilles to collect and document the natural history of the islands.
History/Archeology - Innovation/Technology
18.01.2018
Unusually sophisticated prehistoric monuments and technology revealed in the heart of the Aegean
Unusually sophisticated prehistoric monuments and technology revealed in the heart of the Aegean
New excavations on the remote island of Keros reveal monumental architecture and technological sophistication at the dawn of the Cycladic Bronze Age.
Environment/Sustainable Development - History/Archeology
18.01.2018
Civil War-era U.S. Navy ships' logs to be explored for climate data, maritime history
Civil War-era U.S. Navy ships’ logs to be explored for climate data, maritime history
A new grant will let a University of Washington-based project add a new fleet to its quest to learn more about past climate from the records of long-gone mariners.
History/Archeology - Media
18.01.2018
Belgium and the magic lantern: visual culture in the 19th century
Introduction: Flemish and French-speaking universities join forces for large-scale research into history of magic lantern in Belgium.
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