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Events & Announcements:
Prof. Peniel Joseph featured as Op-Ed Contributor in The New York Times: Kennedy’s Finest Moment: How the President's June 11, 1963, speech changed American history.
Prof. Manjapra to lead a new long-distance 'connected classroom' experience between Tufts students and BRAC University students in Bangladesh in spring 2014.
Prof. Elaine Hagopian interviews Dr. Hugh Roberts on Salafist and Islamist movements in the Middle East and Africa.
Historian Receives Top French Award: Prof. Leila Fawaz named a chevalier in National Order of the Legion of Honor
Read this article titled "Western Recklessness" by Prof. Hugh Roberts
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