Friday Feb 14th, 2014

Contradictions in Cold War-era higher education

By Caitlin Tyler-Richards
This week, managing editor Troy Reeves wears his Badgers pride proudly in an interview with historian Matthew Levin. Levin, who received his PhD in History from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, is the author of Cold War University: Madison and the New Left in the Sixties (UW Press, 2013). read more »

Thursday Jul 24th, 2014

The month that changed the world: Friday, 24 July 1914

‘Alors c’est la guerre!’
Thursday Jul 24th, 2014

The Great War letters of an Oxford family

Extracts about life on the home front, western front and British India during the First World War
Tuesday Jul 22nd, 2014

Antislavery history and antislavery activism converge in Philadelphia

W. Caleb McDaniel on Historians Against Slavery
Monday Jul 21st, 2014

“How absurd!” The Occupation of Paris 1940-1944

Excerpts on the absurdity of the German occupation of Paris, as noted by Jean Guéhenno in his diary
Saturday
Jul 19th, 2014

Contested sites on India’s Deccan Plateau

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Thursday
Jul 17th, 2014

On the anniversary of air conditioning

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Sunday
Jul 13th, 2014

Countries of the World Cup: Germany

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Saturday
Jul 12th, 2014

Countries of the World Cup: Netherlands

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Saturday
Jul 12th, 2014

Songs for the Games

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