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 »

Wednesday Jul 30th, 2014

On the 95th anniversary of the Chicago Race Riots

The lasting legacy of the 1919 Chicago Race Riots on property values
Tuesday Jul 22nd, 2014

Antislavery history and antislavery activism converge in Philadelphia

W. Caleb McDaniel on Historians Against Slavery
Sunday Jul 20th, 2014

Why we don’t go to the moon anymore

The Apollo 11 moon landing in historical perspective
Thursday Jul 17th, 2014

On the anniversary of air conditioning

A history of our favorite summertime appliance
Jul 4th, 2014

Calvin Coolidge, unlikely US President

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Jul 4th, 2014

What if the Fourth of July were dry?

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Jul 3rd, 2014

What can poetry teach us about war?

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Jul 2nd, 2014

Mapping the American Revolution

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Jul 1st, 2014

What is the American Dream?

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