Reposted with permission from the College of Arts and Humanities. Ira Berlin, the influential historian, AADHum advisory board member, and distinguished
It seems that everyone has a different opinion about the “right way” to “do” feminism. The argument about “what constitutes feminism” is
How can the turn to the digital transform the archive into an active platform for creating, preserving, and transmitting knowledge? This
Throughout the Spring 2017 semester, AADHum has been working to explore, digitize, and make accessible portions of the George Meany Memorial AFL-CIO
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