The 1619 Project continues online. Rana Hogarth University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign Rana Hogarth is associate professor of history at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. […]
Local History Librarian Jessica Robinson has hosted two incredible programs in the last several months dealing with Cleveland Heights-University Heights’ history of integration and desegregation. […]
The 1619 Project continues online. Sherri Burr University of New Mexico Sherri Burr is the Dickason Chair and Regents Professor Emerita at the University of […]
This Black History Month why not take a moment to celebrate Black Firsts and Black Achievement? Here is a list of books currently available at […]
The 1619 Project continues online. Kelsey Klotz University of North Carolina at Charlotte Kelsey Klotz is a lecturer at the University of North Carolina at […]
Caitlin Rosenthal is Associate Professor of History at the University of California Berkeley, where her research and teaching explore the development of management practices, especially those based on data analysis.
Today, the name “Karen” represents a faction of the population, made up of white women specifically, that is threatened by the prospect of losing its […]
Professor Hoag is an anti-death penalty advocate who recently published, Valuing Black Lives: A Case for Ending the Death Penalty and argued before the Ohio Supreme Court advocating for Glen Bates.