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Fall 2018 ARHU Leadership Announcements

September 04, 2018 Art History and Archaeology, College of Arts and Humanities, Communication, Consortium on Race, Gender and Ethnicity, National Foreign Language Center, Women's Studies

New leadership appointments for the 2018-19 academic year.

Graduating Art Major Will Work as Graphic Designer at Urban Outfitters

September 04, 2018

Elise Nichols ’18 majored in studio art with a graphic design concentration.

Graduating American Studies Major Will Work with the D.C. Legal Counsel for the Elderly

September 04, 2018 American Studies

Autumn Thompson, ’18 majored in American studies with a policy concentration.

Graduating ARHU Triple Major Will Work at Twitter and Microsoft Before Attending Graduate School

September 04, 2018 Classics, Linguistics

Dolapo A. Martins ‘18 majored in classics, linguistics and computer science.

Haaretz Daily Newspaper

Op/Ed: All the Ways Democracy Is Crashing and Burning

September 02, 2018 The Joseph and Alma Gildenhorn Institute for Israel Studies

The accelerated erosion of democratic regimes in the West is the subject of a series of recent books and articles in the United States.

Ala Creciun publishes op/ed in Washington Post

August 10, 2018 History

Ala Creciun, History doctoral candidate, has an op/ed in the Washington Post.

Freedmen and Southern Society Project Wins NEH Grant

August 10, 2018 History

Maryland history department's Freedmen and Southern Society Project, directed by Professor Leslie Rowland, wins $325,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to continue work on the publication of its volumes. See the release for...

In Memoriam: Ira Berlin in Pictures

August 10, 2018 History

A photo tribute to Distinguished University Professor Ira Berlin who passed away in June.

The Monkey Cage

100 Years Later, Russia is Still Revising the Story of the Imperial Family's Execution by Red Guards

August 08, 2018 College of Arts and Humanities, History

The Russian Orthodox Church wants it investigated as a "ritual murder."

AP News

Ms. Foundation Strategic Plan to Focus on Women of Color

August 07, 2018 American Studies, College of Arts and Humanities

The Ms. Foundation for Women will put $25 million over five years toward organizations that are led by and focus on women and girls of color.