The second wave of the virus seemed to be ebbing in January 1919, but health authorities warned Fresnans not to let their guard down.
Historian Joshua Freeman discusses the strange and poignant experience of teaching his final semester under the pall of COVID.
The pandemic wanes, the world begins to reopen — but in December 1918, was a second wave about to hit?
A wave of wildcat strikes continues to spread across University of California campuses. They began when graduate student-workers […]
Philosopher and librarian Tony Corsentino ponders how you negotiate repugnant views in the classroom — and the courtroom.
I was in my first year or so in a PhD program when I realized something weird. A […]
Status quos can be insidious. They subsist by creeping into our worlds often without our being aware, because […]
While it is true that most history professors are somewhere on the left end of the political spectrum, there are a number of problematic assumptions at the heart of the discourse of objectivity that warrant further investigation.