"Our Father, the President"

Read more about "Our Father, the President" Colin Calloway's new book, THE INDIAN WORLD OF GEORGE WASHINGTON: THE FIRST PRESIDENT AND FIRST AMERICANS, AND THE BIRTH OF THE NATION (Oxford,

BECOMING A YOUNG HISTORIAN

Read more about BECOMING A YOUNG HISTORIAN "My experience with the study of history at Dartmouth has meant the world to me and will certainly shape the trajectory of my life." Read full story by Anmol Ghavri '18 here.

VIDEO INTERVIEW WITH FORMER PRESIDENT JAMES WRIGHT

“The sons of blue-collar families, African American, Hispanic, and Native American young men, were disproportionately out in the jungles of Vietnam,” writes President Emeritus James Wright in his new book, Enduring Vietnam: An American Generation and Its War

However, he tells the Hoover Institution’s Peter Robinson ’79, a former Dartmouth trustee, in a Dec. 21 video interview, “while this very much is a war that is predominantly, disproportionately blue collar, there were plenty of college dropouts, there were plenty of college graduates who were out in the front lines, and they weren’t only officers.” Full interview here.

Behind the Phoenix Program

Read more about Behind the Phoenix Program In late December 1967, the government of South Vietnam announced a reorganization of its war effort against the country’s Communist insurgency. Writes Ed Miller in USA Today Op-Ed.

Vietnam War perspective: the unreconciled conflict

Read more about Vietnam War perspective: the unreconciled conflict "On a Saturday morning last January, I witnessed a remarkable reunion of two military veterans," Edward Miller writes in an Op-Ed piece in USA Today.

RABIG RECEIVES THE RICHARD P. MCCORMICK PRIZE

Read more about RABIG RECEIVES THE RICHARD P. MCCORMICK PRIZE "Julia Rabig's The Fixers: Devolution, Development & Civil Society in Newark, 1960-1990 (The University of Chicago Press, 2016), goes far beyond...

Voekel's Freedom University Georgia receives MIT award

Read more about Voekel's Freedom University Georgia receives MIT award Freedom University Georgia, co-founded by Dartmouth Associate Professor of History Pamela Voekel, is one of four academic projects to receive the Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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