Dr. Faust, a historian and the outgoing president of Harvard, was cited for work exploring “themes of deep relevance to our national conversation on race and gender.”
Category Archives: History (Academic Subject)
Mr. Sandler drew on his relationships with artists in the New York City scene of the 1950s and ′60s in compiling authoritative histories.
The long-running historical video game franchise has debuted an educational mode for its latest release, set in Ptolemaic Egypt.
It seems every podcast company is starting its own counterintuitive take on history. But how effective are they at actually illuminating our past?
Cultural figures talk about the continued importance of the month at a time of divisiveness over race, politics and civil rights.
Changes to how history is taught, as well as changes to how French, Latin and Greek are introduced, have set off arguments between the right and the left.
After digging deep into their storage rooms, four institutions are showing off what they’ve got related to the country’s new favorite founder.
For Professor Schorske, a revered teacher at Princeton, the modern cultural age began in turn-of-the-century Vienna.
How Hollywood changed the way we think about the quintessential romantic moment.