EDWARD MILLER WITH JOHN KERRY IN VIETNAM

Read more about EDWARD MILLER WITH JOHN KERRY IN VIETNAM Then-Secretary of State John Kerry, left, and Dartmouth history professor Edward Miller travel the Mekong River Delta on Jan. 24 searching for the site of a 1969 Viet Cong ambush of U.S. Navy Swift boats under Kerry’s command. Miller provided the

DEBATE BRINGS HISTORIANS CLOSER TO TRUTH SAYS VIETNAM WAR EXPERT EDWARD MILLER

Read more about DEBATE BRINGS HISTORIANS CLOSER TO TRUTH SAYS VIETNAM WAR EXPERT EDWARD MILLER As Vietnam commemorates the 41st anniversary of Reunification Day, Tuoi Tre News (full interview) sat down with a U.S. historian to discuss Vietnam-U.S. post-war relations and the ways the war in Vietnam are taught in each country.

McMahon Awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship

Read more about McMahon Awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship Darrin M. McMahon is a cultural and intellectual historian and a leading proponent of a new and revitalized history in ideas. Read more here.

GREENBERG WINS BOOK AWARD

Read more about GREENBERG WINS BOOK AWARD The Council for European Studies' (CES) Book Award Committee has awarded Udi Greenberg's The Weimar Century the 2016 European Studies Book Award. Here for full story.

Gaposchkin on "Here are some more reasons why liberal arts matter"

Read more about Gaposchkin on "Here are some more reasons why liberal arts matter" Lately, in the heated call for greater STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) education at every level, the traditional liberal arts have been needlessly, indeed recklessly, portrayed as the villain. And STEM fields have been (falsely) portrayed as the very opposite of the liberal arts.

FALL 2016 HISTORY FSP IN LONDON

Read more about FALL 2016 HISTORY FSP IN LONDON To students interested in applying for the History FSP to London in Fall 2016 (next year):  Applications for the FSP are due on February 1, 2016. All applications

If Students Are Smart, They'll Major in What They Love

Read more about If Students Are Smart, They'll Major in What They Love "By releasing students from the pressure of the practical major and allowing them to study what they are sincerely interested in, we allow them to become smarter, more creative, and more able" says Professor Cecilia Gaposchkin in the May 22, 2015

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