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 Apr 17th, 2014

Creative ways to perform your music: tips for music students

Scott Huntington on where music students can practice performing
Sunday Apr 13th, 2014

Parent practices: change to develop successful, motivated readers

Top tips for enhancing shared reading time
Thursday Apr 3rd, 2014

When science stopped being literature

Jim Secord on visions of science
Saturday Mar 29th, 2014

What is academic history for?

Paula A. Michaels on academia versus popular history
Tuesday
Mar 11th, 2014

Research in the digital age

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Tuesday
Mar 11th, 2014

Librarian voices from the other side of the world

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Saturday
Mar 8th, 2014

8 марта 1979: Women’s Day in the Soviet Union

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Monday
Feb 17th, 2014

Why nobody dreams of being a professor

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Monday
Feb 17th, 2014

How the Humanities changed the world

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Thursday
Jan 23rd, 2014

Be Book Smart on National Reading Day

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