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
question lurks beneath the upheaval over what to do with these statues, one that will linger once the TV cameras have moved on." Read full story here as appeared in The Chronicle Review section of THE CHRONICLE OF HIGHER EDUCATION (August 29, 2017).
Professor Rashauna Johnson's new book Slavery's Metropolis (Cambridge, 2016) has been named a finalist for the Frederick Douglass Book Prize, one of the most coveted awards for the study of the African American experience.
Filmmakers Ken Burns and Lynn Novick are coming to the Hopkins Center for the Arts on July 13th, 7pm, Spaulding Auditorium, to present an evevning of highlights from their forthcoming PBS series "The Vietnam War." followed by a discussion of
In a New Yorker article, "An Underground College for Undocumented Immigrants refused admission by public universities and unable to get funding from
Professor Emerita Marysa Navarro has been awarded the Latin American Studies Association (LASA) lifetime achievement award at the International Congress in Lima, Peru, on April 30, 2017. Story.
James Wright, a historian and a president emeritus of Dartmouth College, is the author of Enduring Vietnam: An American Generation and Its War. He was an enlisted Marine before the Vietnam War. New York Times Op-Ed by President Emeritus James Wright. Read full Opinion here.
The Louisiana Historical Association's F. Kemper and Leila Williams Prize Committee has selected Slavery's Metropolis as its 2016 winner.
Professor Naaborko Sackeyfio Lenoch has been awarded a Frederick Burkhardt Residential Fellowship for Recently Tenured Scholars from the American Council of Learned Societies. Read full story.