Professor Naoko Wake has published a co-authored book (with Shinpei Takeda) Hiroshima/Nagasaki Beyond the Ocean. Written in English and Japanese, the book combines oral histories of North American and South American survivors of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945 with images of key moments in their life histories. Wake was part of… Continue Reading Wake publishes co-authored book
WKAR’s Mark Bashore spoke with Prof. Alegi about the politics of the World Cup, which begins tomorrow in São Paulo, Brazil. Listen to the interview here [begins at 26:30].
Professor Matt Pauly speaks to Minnesota Public Radio’s “Daily Circuit” regarding the significance of the May 25 presidential election in Ukraine http://www.mprnews.org/story/2014/05/28/daily-circuit-ukraine-president-election#disqus_thread
Professor Georgina Montgomery has been invited to give at talk on Wednesday June 25th entitled, “What does inclusion mean in the ‘goddess discipline:’ Expanding the circle in primate studies” as part of the Science, Technology, and Medicine Colloquia in the Department of History at Kings College London.
Professor Ronen Steinberg will be giving a talk at a conference on “Silence after Violence: Mass Atrocities and their Aftermath,” which will take place at the University of the Free State, Bloemfontein, in South Africa, on May 22-23, 2014. The title of his talk is: “Between Silence and Speech: Specters and Images in the Aftermath of the Reign of… Continue Reading Steinberg gives talk in South Africa