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Chile/Latin America and the struggle for social justice
in a Changing World
Professor Elizabeth Foster's recent book on Catholicism and African Decolonization is featured in an article in the most recent print edition of The Economist. The article is behind a paywall online, but widely available at local libraries.
Sonia Sotomayor and the Power of Asking Why
Kris Manjapra, Associate Professor of History and Chair of the Department of Studies in Race, Colonialism, and Diaspora, has been awarded the Merck-Tagore Award in recognition of his contributions towards intercultural exchange between India and Germany. Learn more >
History Doctoral candidate Satgin Hamrah has just published a timely article, "The Iran-Iraq War: Dark Moments In Our History And The Importance Of Remembrance," in "The Iranian."
Read a travel log written by our own Ph.D. student Tathagata Dutta, published by The Quint.
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