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What You Can['t] Say: Academic Freedom in the Progressive Era

A closer look at historic and contemporary debate about what is taught and discussed in schools and universities

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27 Nov 2019

11 Things We’re Reading This Week: 11/25/2019

A roundup of surprising, insightful and interesting stories from the Internet

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25 Nov 2019

Celebrating a Merging of Cultures with Poet Joy Harjo

The first Indigenous U.S. Poet Laureate brings a broader, more dynamic view of poetry – and identity – to American literature

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19 Nov 2019

11 Things We’re Reading This Week: 11/18/2019

A roundup of surprising, insightful and interesting stories from the Internet

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18 Nov 2019

11 Things We’re Reading This Week: 11/11/2019

A weekly roundup of surprising, insightful and interesting stories from the Internet

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11 Nov 2019

AI, Gender and Companionship

Feminized virtual assistants are also designed to function as personal companions. What does this mean for human relationships?

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07 Nov 2019

The Hidden History of the Voter Education Project

Historian Evan Faulkenbury talks about the “shocking” discovery made while doing research for his book Poll Power

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05 Nov 2019

11 Things We Read This Week: 11/04/2019

A weekly roundup of surprising, insightful and interesting stories from the Internet

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04 Nov 2019

Folkhemmet, FDR and Scandinavian Crime Fiction

Exploring the history and influence of Sweden’s experiment with a mixed-market-economy

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31 Oct 2019

Why Teach Students to Think Like Historians?

Primary Source Literacy Teaching Librarian Robin Katz discusses the value of providing primary source access to all students

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30 Oct 2019