Deepanwita Dasgupta is Associate Professor of Philosophy at The University of Texas at El Paso and obtained her Ph.D. from University of Minnesota, 2010, with a focus on philosophy of science, espe
A freelance writer specialising in Indian history and politics, Roderick Matthews studied history at Balliol College, Oxford. His great-grandfather tutored the young Nehru through his Harrow entran
I'm professor of history at Rutgers since 2012.
I specialize in Modern European History, with an emphasis on France and the French Empire, gender and sexuality, and intellectual, cultur
Mona L Siegel
Mona L. Siegel is professor of history at California State University, Sacramento. She is the author of The Moral Disarmament of France: Education, Pacifism, and Patriotism, 1914–1940 (2004).
Robin Mitchell is an Associate Professor of History at the California State University Channel Islands (CI). She received her master’s degree in Late Modern European History from the University of
Edward G Goetz
Edward G. Goetz specializes in housing and local community development planning and policy. His research focuses on issues of race and poverty and how they affect housing planning and implementatio
I research the history of housing segregation in the nineteenth and twentieth century. My first book, entitled How the Suburbs Were Segregated: Developers and the Business of Exclusionary Housing,
Martin Case, freelance researcher and writer, was a key participant in the development of Why Treaties Matter, a collaboration of the Minnesota Indian Affairs Council, the Minnesota Humanities Cent
Carla Gardina Pestana
Carla Gardina Pestana, Professor and Joyce Appleby Endowed Chair of America in the World, studies the 17th and 18th century Atlantic worlds, especially the English Atlantic; the Caribbean; and U.S.
Johnnetta Betsch Cole
Johnnetta Betsch Cole, is an accomplished educator and museum professional; noted speaker and author on issues of diversity, equity, accessibility, and inclusion; and a committed advocate for socia
Chris is an historian of urban America in the 20th century. He earned a Ph.D. in American history from Rutgers University, which is also his undergraduate alma mater.
He is writing a book, un
Richard Jean So
I work at the intersection of cultural analysis and data science. Substantively, I use data-driven methods to study culture, both historical and contemporary, from the novel to Netflix to soc
Donna Zuckerberg is a classicist, writer, and Editor-in-Chief of Eidolon, an online publication committed to non-traditional classical scholarship that is feminist, personal, and fun. She is the au
Lawrence T Brown
Lawrence T. Brown is an equity scientist, urban Afrofuturist, and the director of the Black Butterfly Academy, a virtual racial equity education and consulting firm. From 2013-2019, he served
Professor Mia Bay is the Roy F. and Jeanette P. Nichols Professor of American History at the University Pennsylvania. Prior to arriving Penn, Bay worked at Rutgers University, where she was a Profe
Arnold R Hirsch
Arnold R. Hirsch, a University of New Orleans history professor for 31 years, passed away on March 18 at age 69. Between 1979 and his retirement in 2010, Hirsch's roles at the University included s
Rachel A Feinstein
Rachel Feinstein received her Ph.D. in Sociology from Texas A&M University in 2014. Her areas of specialization are Criminology and Race and Ethnicity with a Women's and Gender Studies Certific
Matthew Vaz teaches United State History with a focus on political economy. He specializes in comparative urban history, and the history of crime and policing in urban areas. His current research e
Michelle Leon is a freelance writer, musician, and teacher. She was the bass player for the influential punk band Babes in Toyland from 1987 to 1992 and again in 1997. Her writing has appeared in C
Jonathan Buchsbaum is a professor of Media Studies and is also a member of the Film Studies Certificate Program doctoral faculty at the CUNY Graduate Center. Educated at the University of Pennsylva