Tag: History

Rutgers–Camden Professor Earns Prestigious 2021 Letitia Woods Brown Memorial Article Prize from Association of Black Women Historians

Rutgers–Camden Professor Earns Prestigious 2021 Letitia Woods Brown Memorial Article Prize from Association of Black Women Historians

Prof. Kendra Boyd uncovers the hidden entrepreneurship of the pivotal Detroit Housewives League in her award-winning article.

Posted in: Research Highlights
Film Studies Graduates Accepted Into Prestigious Film Schools

Film Studies Graduates Accepted Into Prestigious Film Schools

The “reel world” now awaits graduating seniors Starla Blatcher and Audrey Johnson as they continue their academic pursuits at two of the top film programs in the country.

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Critical Focus on Racism and Misogyny Extends to Greek and Roman Classics, Says Rutgers–Camden Professor

Critical Focus on Racism and Misogyny Extends to Greek and Roman Classics, Says Rutgers–Camden Professor

Prof. Evan Jewell considers the question: “How do we teach an ancient society where misogyny, sexual assault, and harassment were the norm and built into the classic texts that we read?”

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Researcher’s New Book Explores History of Cheap Stuff in America

Researcher’s New Book Explores History of Cheap Stuff in America

Prof. Wendy Woloson explores the country’s long, love-hate relationship with inexpensive goods in her new book Crap: A History of Cheap Stuff in America.

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Time to Abandon Electoral College, Says History Researcher

Time to Abandon Electoral College, Says History Researcher

Prof. Andrew Shankman explains why the Electoral College is “indefensible” in its current form.

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