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Prof. Kendra Field publishes new book Growing Up with the Country: Family, Race and Nation after the Civil War, which explores family, race and nation after the U.S. Civil War. Learn more >
Congratulations to Prof. Reed Ueda for his study, America's Changing Neighborhoods: An Exploration of Diversity Through Places (3 vols), which was named one of the Best Reference Works of 2017 by the Library Journal.
Ph.D. Student Satgin Hamrah organized a panel for the Middle East Studies Association (MESA). She is both an organizer and a paper presenter presenting. She will be presenting in the session titled "From the Cold War to the War on Terror: The Paradoxes of U.S. Involvement in the Middle East & South Asia since the Second World War." Her paper title is "The Mobilization of militant Islamists in the Cold War & its Long-term Impact on the Greater Middle East and South Asia."
Read a travel log written by our own Ph.D. student Tathagata Dutta, published by The Quint.
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